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#1 Post by Kidagakash85 » Sun Jan 25, 2009 2:17 pm

Recently the forum has been acting kind of weird on my browser (Internet Explorer 6). Instead of a finger, when I hover over links a crosshair (a +) will appear; and the text is blue instead of black. Also, the alignment is wrong. When I press refresh, the problem goes away, but usually it will come back when I go to another page. I'm not having this problem on Firefox though. I didn't change anything about the forum; all of a sudden this just started happening.

Is anyone else having this problem? What browsers are you using? I know that mine is out of date (I didn't like IE 7 so I just use Firefox for stuff that requires an up-to-date browser), so I wonder if that might be the problem.

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#2 Post by Pharoah » Mon Jan 26, 2009 5:46 pm

IE7 is okay, but firefox is better :)

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#3 Post by RifleExpert » Sat Feb 14, 2009 8:42 pm

yes, ffox and newest opera works properly)
It must be a "holywar" somekind, but IE is a "virus incubator", because it's badly controlling it's temporary files -> loosing your diskspace and downloading unfase content. You better check up your computer.
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#4 Post by Pharoah » Sat Feb 14, 2009 11:40 pm

lol ESET Smart Security ftw!

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#5 Post by RifleExpert » Sun Feb 15, 2009 7:54 pm

of cource, but better use safe soft, than depend on your defence (that must be installed no matter what you use), right?)
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#6 Post by Pharoah » Mon Feb 16, 2009 2:23 am

top 3 anti-viruses and protection:

Bit Defender
Kaspersky Security Suite
ESET *Nod32 and ESET Smart Security*

My advice, use anything other then those, and it's just stupid. I say this mainly beacuse of obvious reasons. All my clients and friends use it, and love it *we are all ESET Users* Kaspersky is a tough key and license to crack, and Bit Defender is flat out impossible to crack and modify. With ESET u can download trails and test it out before you purchase it

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#7 Post by RifleExpert » Mon Feb 23, 2009 1:28 am

Holywar theme) im using avast, and my clients too. And they still have no problem... That's why i have no money!)))))) Because they has no triubles to fix)
All new russian computers with vista has that antivirus and i think it wont be true if this soft was bad.
It's a personal point of view))
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#8 Post by Pharoah » Mon Feb 23, 2009 10:13 pm

i guess Avast works considering it's like the only "good" freeware Antivirus program, it's nowhere near as good as ESET tho, hogs too much memory :)

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