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    pph Expert! Gordon's Avatar
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    Has anybody else had these or any other problems since installing Microsofts new anti spyware?
    1/. I cannot view source any more in IE I have to use Firefox to view it.
    2/. ABW loads one heck of a lot slower on EI than it used to but when I use Firefox it seems to load a whole lot faster but I must admit it is still a tad on the slow side.
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    1. Nope, not an issue
    2. ABW is being re-indexed since the power outage and will be slower than usual until Sunday.

    I did notice some of the defaults changing or asking to change to msn related services tho LOL.
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    pph Expert! Gordon's Avatar
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    Thanks Haiko

    I guess I will have to try and figure out why my "view source" won't work then.
    One day parasites and their ilk will be made illegal, I bet a few Lawyers will be pissed off when the day comes.
    Mr. Spitzer is fetching it nearer

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    Gordon, try clearing out your temporary internet files (and offline content) in your Internet Options and see if that doesn't help (might have to close and reopen IE afterwards). That's a typical cause for not being able to view source.

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    No problems with it here either.
    I have it set to autoscan every night and it works perfectly.
    It might have issues with Firefox. I do not have Firefox on my machine.


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    I have both IE and Firefox on my computer, and I have had no problems at all with MicrosoftAntispyware. I can still view the source code on IE with no problems. I really like that product.

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    Gordon, I had similar problem few week ago (before installing MSAS) tried looking for the problem but couldnt figure out what was wrong. Finally had to reinstall the IE and since then its working fine (even with MSAS).
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