Re: unopend port 80



While troubleshooting uninstall any third party firewall. Don't just disable
it, uninstall it. Then re-enable the Windows firewall. It is just as strong
as any third party firewall for inbound trafic. Once you get the system
working you can reinstall it if you want.

Once you check with your isp to make sure there is no problem run "sfc
/scannow" no quotes. It is a good all round fix in case there is a fault
with windows.

Glen P


"Jakob Schürz" <eisenbahnfan@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
news:43d97eda$0$11610$3b214f66@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Hi!
>
> I have a Vaio Notebook with XP prof. SP2
>
> When i want to go to internet with an pppoe-connection to my provider i
> can surf about 5 minutes, then the traffic brakes down.
> I can reach https-sites, i can read and send mails and newsgroups, but i
> can´t surf on "normal" http-sites.
> After an reboot it is the same.
>
> It doesn´t matter if i activate or deactivate the windows-firewall or my
> kerio-personal-firewall. It ist allways the same.
> Also deinstallating the kerio-personal-firewall made no difference.
>
> Please help me! I could cry!!!
>
> greetings
> --
> Jakobus Schürz
> mail: eisenbahnfan@xxxxxxxxxx
> --
>
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