Too bad, that would have been a simple fix to remove itNo, content advisor not enabled.
No need to disconnect the network cable running from the router to the computer. But what IS a good idea is to turn off the router (or for those without a power switch just pull out the plug). Also if you have a modem that is separate equipment from the router then you should also power that down. Essentially, here is the order. Shut down the computer, then turn off or unplug the modem and router power (not network cables). Then turn them on in order that they flow from the wall, so modem on first and allow it to cycle through its lights; next the router; finally the computer.I disconnected the router and rebooted the computer when it first started but have just done it again and that isn't the solution.
I would not disable MSE as I don't think it blocks sites. I believe it is possible to block sites with malwarebytes paid version but I don't know about the free version. You might open up the malwarebytes program and see if there is a section of websites it is blocking and make sure your site isn't there. You could try them disabled just to see if there is any effect but I don't expect a change. Other than that I would not uninstall.I'm running MSE as my anti virus. Could I disable that and Malwarebytes temporarily or would I have to uninstall both and then install again?
MSE does NOT include a firewall. Some anti-virus solutions include there own Firewall but not all do. MSE relies on the Windows Firewall (which comes with W7) to handle your firewall needs. You can check these settings at Control Panel \ Windows FirewallI don't think I have any other firewall as I have been happy with MSE.
Afraid not, because you and your husband use the same dns server and it works fine on his machine I don't see how it could help.
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