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Windows 7: Can't download anything since auto-update.

01 Nov 2016   #11

Windows 7 x64

Have you all forgotten about virus &or malware doing their jobs.

Also, do the OP use another browser to see if the problem still exist or not.

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 Can't download anything since auto-update.

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