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Copperbelt Jack

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#1 12 years ago

:mad: Okay, this is starting to piss me off. This is the third time I've had to get information on how to get BF2 connections! I am still running Norton Internet Security (Unfortunetly) and it is blocking my Qwest DSL with MSN Premium from connecting to the Internet, but that's not the problem. The problem is is that I keep confronting the error message after fully loading a server "Your internet connection is lost." It's really bugging me! Tis a real joy sucker. I have contacted Norton and Qwest about this. Only Qwest provided me with information that was helpful (For a few minutes). They suggested updating my modeum and/ getting rid of Norton (Already sounding good) and getting McAfee. Please tell me what I can do!! I want to play again!!!:bawl:




apocalypse_kid

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#2 12 years ago
Copperbelt Jack I am still running Norton Internet Security (Unfortunetly) and it is blocking my Qwest DSL with MSN Premium from connecting to the Internet, but that's not the problem. The problem is is that I keep confronting the error message after fully loading a server "Your internet connection is lost."

Umm, if it's blocking your Qwest DSL from connecting of course BF2 isn't going to connect. Do what they say and get rid of NIS and use something else. Use AVG and if you must use another firewall use Kiero's Personal Firewall.

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Aliblista(UK)

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#3 12 years ago

i can absolutly recommended trend micro pc-cillen ive nvr had a virus or hacker get through and it doesnt ever interfer with bf2 or my internet connection. plus its really easy to disable if u need to. www.trendmicro.com




Copperbelt Jack

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#4 12 years ago

It would seem that it's not only Norton doing this. I've completely disabled NIS, and the problem still persists. Could it be that I need a new modum?




apocalypse_kid

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#5 12 years ago

I will repeat what I have said to other ppl here, just disabling Norton's doesn't shut down all the processes. Un-install and make sure all processes are gone it before coming to that conclusion, it may not be Norton's, but it is such a POS piece of software when it goes wrong that as long as it is installed on your computer you can never be sure.

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Copperbelt Jack

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#6 12 years ago

I see.




Copperbelt Jack

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#7 12 years ago

Are therre any free dowloads of Internet Securities that I can use to replace Norton?