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  1. Thanks again cak46. It would appear great minds think alike! I have done exactly as you suggested (created a System Restore point and then installed each update seperately and restarted my machine). Having done so, curiously, everything seems to be working fine! (except NTL havent yet upgraded my connection to a 1Meg connection, but thats another story!). Thanks again mate, regards, Navarre
  2. Thanks for the reply cak46. I used the System Restore to a date when it all worked and guess what! It worked fine again! I'm guessing it was a microsoft update that caused the problem since it was only after an update that it all went tits up! In answer to your question: No. I'm only running the one connection (Eternet to a Cable modem (NTL-ISP)). There is another existing connection on this machine from its previous owner (a BTopenworld dialup connection). I have disabled it but didn't dare delete it whilst things were not working properly. I have to say that i'm a little concerned as
  3. Hi everyone. I would GREATLY appreciate any help anyone can give me with this problem as I have been going bonkers over it for almost threee days now and spent almost
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