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Join Date: Dec 2012
Posts: 74
# 5
12-30-2012, 01:13 PM
Hello texasenvoy!

Hmmm... Assuming both machines are behind the same setup, I'd then start looking at security software on the main machine. Try to keep in mind; having two separate security software's installed on the same machine equals bad. That of course would be having two anti-virus software's or two software firewalls, such as the Winblows firewall in addition to say, Norton or McAffee. If that's the case, then usually (not always) but usually they will cancel each other out, not giving any kind of protection beyond a placebo effect annnnnnnd they will cause issues that can include what you're experiencing but is by no means limited to just this.

So, in closing I'd start looking at your security software setup on that main machine. If you've done that or do that and the issue remains the same, please let me know so that I can look into a few other things for you.

Thanks for understanding,

Jenna