Is there virus removal software for Jaunty KDE

David McGlone david at
Mon Jun 15 10:05:46 UTC 2009

On Monday 15 June 2009 04:08:10 am Steven Vollom wrote:
> > But I agree with everyone else.  Your problem is one of configuration.
> > Probably you have several different things misconfigured, including, by
> > the sound of it, your router.
> It may be the router, but I have been using the router like a hub, not for
> the purpose intended.  I don't have any of the former passwords, and can't
> remember how it was set up when it worked wirelessly.  But when I just used
> it like a hub and used cable to connect both my laptop and the desktop, it
> gave me internet and email, and that is what I used it for.  Nothing else.

I don't know if I should mention this or not but here goes

Steven, Keep this in mind for the future, please don't try it yet, it may only 
add to your problems. There is a small button on your router either on the 
back of it or the front, maybe even the bottom, that you can only push it with 
a sharp pencil or a pin. If you hold this button in for about 5 - 10 seconds 
it will reset your router to the manufacturers default settings.

> Just so you know this as of this minute, if I connect the broken computer
> to the Modem it still doesn't work.  If I do the same with the laptop it
> works. Don't know if that is useful, but it is the case.

David M.

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