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Verizon webpage problem

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by roehrle, Jul 14, 2006.

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  1. roehrle

    roehrle Thread Starter

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    I have been trying to resolve this problem with verizon but they are helpless.
    I just recently got Verizon DSL. I transferred my old ISP files using FTP with no problems except 2 PHP programs that I wrote that worked on my old ISP don't work on Verizon. One was a Hit counter. They suggested that I use a GCI hit counter on their site. I copied their script to my file and when I run my webpage I keep getting an error that it can't find "Counter2.exe". This file should be in a Verizon directory but apparently isn't. I talked to a number of Verizon tech's and they can't help or won't.
    Anybody having similar problems on Verizon and any suggestions what may be the problem I am having. I probably need to talk to somebody on Verizon with a software background but so far haven't found that person.
     
  2. golferbob

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    i got verizon about 4 months ago. i took all the yahoo software out and went back to outlook express and internet explorer. i also deleted the virus and spyware package they had.the system works much better and don't use near the resources i did with verizon package.
     
  3. roehrle

    roehrle Thread Starter

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    Is the Yahoo the Free package verizon is now offering with new sign up's??
    If so I haven't selected either yahoo or MSN so I don't think that could be causing my webpage problem
     
  4. golferbob

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    those are the items ,i guess i can't help you.
     
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