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  3. Pcpitstop Does It Work For Mac

    Where does it say that? Can you please post a link / screenshot - It only mentions Windows Systems in the requirements.
  4. Pcpitstop Does It Work For Mac

    pc matic site says it does! They send you to a different page, but the page doesn't exist! At least, it couldn't be found! I wish I knew that before I bought it!
  5. I don't think there's a lot you can do locally; apart from ensure your router firmware is update and you have a good firewall inplace. Might be worth talking to your ISP.
  6. This is ongoing 24 hours a day. It is seriously impacting my internet speed. I know I can't stop the attacks, but is there a way to filter them so they don't interfere with my connection? Here is a snippet from my router log: INF 2018-04-19T17:58:23-07:00 fw,fwmon src=122.146.178.34 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=45816 dport=1433 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:58:23-07:00 fw,fwmon src=122.146.178.34 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=45816 dport=1433 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:58:05-07:00 fw,fwmon src=196.52.43.113 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=6666 dport=143 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:58:05-07:00 fw,fwmon src=196.52.43.113 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=6666 dport=143 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:57:10-07:00 fw,fwmon src=191.209.2.63 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=41874 dport=2000 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:57:10-07:00 fw,fwmon src=191.209.2.63 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=41874 dport=2000 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:56:28-07:00 fw,fwmon src=123.108.186.164 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=54251 dport=23 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:56:28-07:00 fw,fwmon src=123.108.186.164 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=54251 dport=23 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:55:00-07:00 fw,fwmon src=185.153.198.196 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=45881 dport=9356 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:55:00-07:00 fw,fwmon src=185.153.198.196 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=45881 dport=9356 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:53:28-07:00 fw,fwmon src=185.222.211.36 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=50938 dport=10639 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:53:28-07:00 fw,fwmon src=185.222.211.36 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=50938 dport=10639 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:53:27-07:00 fw,fwmon src=179.106.102.95 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=48868 dport=2000 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:53:27-07:00 fw,fwmon src=179.106.102.95 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=48868 dport=2000 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:53:17-07:00 fw,fwmon src=194.28.112.49 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=41793 dport=5059 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:53:17-07:00 fw,fwmon src=194.28.112.49 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=41793 dport=5059 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:53:16-07:00 fw,fwmon src=77.72.82.103 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=41758 dport=5565 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:53:16-07:00 fw,fwmon src=77.72.82.103 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=41758 dport=5565 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:52:04-07:00 fw,fwmon src=5.188.11.89 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=50521 dport=26104 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:52:04-07:00 fw,fwmon src=5.188.11.89 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=50521 dport=26104 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:51:10-07:00 fw,fwmon src=94.177.177.213 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=54547 dport=20220 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:51:10-07:00 fw,fwmon src=94.177.177.213 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=54547 dport=20220 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:50:23-07:00 fw,fwmon src=130.204.147.173 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=28241 dport=23 Telnet Dropped INF 2018-04-19T17:50:23-07:00 fw,fwmon src=130.204.147.173 dst=xx.xx.xx.xx ipprot=6 sport=28241 dport=23 Telnet Dropped
  7. Windows Vista 64 bit

    been a long time since i messed around with a windows pc, but if memory serves there are 2 ways to reinstall the vista os from the recovery partition. first is to use a live cd and just boot the recovery partition which should if my memory isn't playing tricks with me start the recovery options listed same as when you used to tap the f8 key so you can reinstall the os. second is to use a live cd to examine the recovery partition and find the correct boot file and copy it back to mbr so when you tap f8 on boot up the options are again offered. i assume you lost the original functionality of the f8 key by installing a different os which overwrote the original mbr and lost that f8 function you're used to seeing. sorry can't tell you what the correct boot file is that needs writing to the drives mbr, but i seem to remember it taking me a lot of trial and error before i managed to find the correct one, think there were a number of different files in the mbr folder (can't even remember the correct folder name now.).
  8. Trying to run Overdrive and getting this. Also can't run the bandwidth test, I just get a ginormous black square... Ideas, suggestions?
  9. Thank you both Y and Tx Redneck. Much appreciated help. Benn
  10. IE 11 problem

    I also think the Overdrive test should work with a browser other than "innertube explorer" and one that you don't need to add Neptune the King of the Ocean Depths to and maybe it'll work. edit: still no Overdrive for me this morning...:( edit #2: maybe because I don't have SP1 yet?
  11. IE 11 problem

    QFT! Please let it die and *we* at pcpitstop need to get our test suite working in a browser agnostic way. Relying on innertube exploder is no so very buenos.
  12. Overdrive Error

    Could be nigsy, I'll get it tomorrow! 😉
  13. Overdrive Error

    Works fine for me...maybe it was just down when you tried?
  14. IE 11 problem

    I think the moral of the story is..... "Ditch IE"
  15. Clean install of Win 7 and trying to run Overdrive gives this error message
  16. IE 11 problem

    Good grief, but glad that drive is workin for ya.
  17. IE 11 problem

    Well a repair install wouldn't let me use the "C" drive because it had an MBR...grrrr! Ran Killdisk and erased the "C" drive, same result (did this twice with no help). I'm now running on a 1Tb Samsung drive that I got from Tx Redneck (thanks Bry!) about a year and a half ago. It's a fresh install of Win 7 Ultimate and all seems well. So far... Now to connect the old drive and save all my "important" stuff to the new drive.
  18. IE 11 problem

    No good Nigel! It gives the same error message as above, "IE did not finish installing..." Reinstall here I come...
  19. IE 11 problem

    Try the standalone installer...... https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/18520/download-internet-explorer-11-offline-installer
  20. IE 11 problem

    IE is now absent from the Quick Launch menu AND the Start Menu/All Programs. I've gone to C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer and located iexplore.exe right clicked and Run as Admin, still no joy... Maybe time for a repair install of 7??
  21. IE 11 problem

    Try this........ Open Programs and Features, then on the Left side, click on: Turn Windows Features On or Off Find IE11 and uncheck it (clear the box) Reboot Run sfc /scannow as suggested by Tex Reboot Go back and put a check next to IE11 in the Windows Features On/Off section Does it now function? Y
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