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Seems to have a bug in computer that is causing setting changes, communication errors

Discussion in 'General Software' started by LMSigns24, Oct 24, 2012.

  1. LMSigns24

    LMSigns24 Active Member

    Nov 1, 2007
    I have webroot installed on my computer. It expired for a week, and during that week, one of my employees tried to download a driver for my plotter that only caused a bug! Since then, I have had issues with my computer. The internet hasnt been working right. My Versacamm times out, and in order to open up files on my flash drives, I need to restart the computer. I am running windows 7. Webroot is back installed, but how do I fix this??? I cant even re install my google chrome. Thanks
  2. round man

    round man Active Member

    Oct 16, 2005
    sounds like webroot has disallowed any changes to be made to your system settings,....that being said the changes that were put in place while it wasn't working for a week are still in place more than likely and webroot will not allow any changes to be made until you disable it and make the proper changes then enable it again once you are sure it is functioning properly to protect and keep the changes needed to make your system function properly,...I really don't know that much about webroot but know that windows will allow you to make system settings if you have logged on as an administrator properly and bypassed any permission settings to do so set by any second or third party software if you turn off said software and then restore the permissions set by the second party software by enableing those permissions by turning the protection back on by running the second party software that would restrict those said permissions,...that being said,...turn webroot off make the necessary changes to your settings to fix the system then turn it back on,....

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