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Windows XP home sp2-screen jumping & more

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by xfile47, Sep 17, 2004.

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    Jun 21, 2004
    about an hour ago my screen stated jumping, like just half way up and then down real fast and a few times in a row, it is sporadic when it does it, also my network won't work unless I have the sp2 firewall off, if it is on I can't get anywhere on the internet on the client computer, turn it off on the host and I can get anywhere I want on the client. I updated all my ad-ware, spybot, spyblaster etc but computer is running bad since I have sp2 on it, can you get rid of sp2 and go back to sp1 or am I stuck, I don't no how to do the port thing to let my client computer get to the internet, compter is acting wierd like when I go to a site it shows up a piece at a time etc, ran Mcafee virus scan show up an unwanted program Leaktest which I deleted, the date was also wrong on this, the host computer it was at the sat 19th I changed it back, the client computer was dated right, any suggestions, also last night there were a bunch of programs in my trusted site on the client computer, it turned out to be some sites I had gone to and some e-mail sites and searchsqure was in there to, I didn't put them in so HOW did they get there? I took them out , but will they come back on there own? Please help
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