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    none of my qksrv links work on my computer but they work on my friend's. how do i get them to work on here? im on windows 2000. thanks.

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    scooner: do you have kazaa installed on your computer? or another file swapping service?

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    If you have internet security software (IE; Norton) on your computer, check to make sure your ad-blocking feature is off.

    This is a big issue that has been talked about in a few threads below (unless someone replies to it , then it will be above).

    This is the thread: http://abw.infopop.cc/6/ubb.x?a=tpc&...9&m=3146024524

    "The most successful con artist will have you believing he is the most ethical person you will ever know."

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    As well as Kazza, Norton firewall will blocks them by default. Make sure ad-blocking is turned off. If you use another firewall, check ad-blocking.

    We are fighting an uphill battle what with firewalls, parasites and poor tracking.


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    thanks guys! i got rid of armour firewall since i already use ZA and deleted kazaa. i d/l an older version of kazaa lite to replace it. everythings fine now. thanks again =)

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    Fine huh? What about all the other saps that don't know enough too get rid of the junk they have on their computer(s).

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    i d/l an older version of kazaa lite to replace it. everythings fine now


    How can things be fine?
    See some of the postings in here about kazaa and many others on how they divert cookies from visitors to your site and are parasitic in nature. You wish to support a utility that works to take away your rightful commissions???????????

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    wow i musta said something wrong haha. i'm new to the advertising game but if kazaa is that bad i'll delete it at once! peace!

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    Next time scooner just take the short cut. Just call the B-a-HO drive-by experts at Adwhores.com .... 1-800-get-bent. They will help you after the get your SS#, address, phone# -e-mail addresses of 5 friends and bank routing number. Don't fall for giving them your CC# as this is a FREEbee like those music downloads.

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    more than you ever wanted to know about kazaa
    http://www.p2pnet.net/article/8179

    a link to the official committee report is also on that page

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    "This bill takes a common sense approach to protect the computers and networks of the federal government and the valuable information they contain."

    It provoked the government to look out for themselves ...but what about the citizens?

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    Well the "citizens" (percentage unknown) were up in arms that the government may become more "involved" in what's on the internet. I just hope that this information can be used in some way to protect everyone down the road. It's the tip of the iceberg

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