Re: Firewall help (I think this is where I go :) )
Date: Sat, 7 Jun 2003 15:22:35 -0000
1. how are you connected to the internet. cable modem, dsl, dialup??? what
do you have to a router if anything between your computer and the internet,
brand and model?
2. what is your operating system?
3. what game??
"Traxal" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Okay, lately, our computer has detained us from playing a
> few games over the internet and it's because of our
> firewall or some security setting. I am fifteen, so I
> have no clue what to change, nor does my dad. any help is
> appreciated in learning how to alter/change/disable our
> firewall. you can either post or e-mail me, and I'm not
> sure what type of firewall we have, b/c I don't know where
> to find it :). Thanks!
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