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Windows 7: Windows 7 64 bit help needed

10 Mar 2011   #1
rsmith6120

Windows XP 32bit
 
 
Windows 7 64 bit help needed

New to the site and in dire need of some Windows 7 64 bit help. I am new to this OS so please excuse.

Trying to help out a friend out and I haven't seen this before. She is running Windows 7 64 bit. She is the only one running it. The rest there at my daughter's dance studio are either Windows XP or Mac OS6.

The lady is trying to access a Pop mail type tool through her browser that allows her to attach files and sent out to the masses (greater than 100 people at a time). When I tried to send a basic test message without attaching a file, it works fine. When I attach any kind of file, it locks up and gives me a error message like it can't find the page. I disabled all of the windows firewalls I could find, took off MSE and I tried to use both IE and Mozilla browsers. Still does the same thing.

She also got a new network printer today. All of the other systems I installed the respective drivers on runs like a freakin banshee. This windows 7 machine ran a test print screen once and that was it. That doesn't work now...

Is there possible security settings I am overlooking?

This has me stumped as I feel as if I have tried everything..

Any help is much appreciated!!!


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11 Mar 2011   #2
allend66

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 OEM --> RTM clean install
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rsmith6120 View Post
... trying to access a Pop mail type tool through her browser that allows her to attach files and sent out to the masses (greater than 100 people at a time)....
Hi there, and welcome to the forums...

Can you give some more detailed information - what tool?

And when you say "running like a freakin' banshee" - is that good or bad (we tend to leave street / txt speak at the firewall here)

Regards
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