Friends: I can browse in Firefox, no problems. When I try to browse in Internet Explorer 6, I can only connect to one site and when I try another site I keep getting the message: "The requested lookup key was not found in any activation context." I deleted all references to IE7 and IE8, re-installed XP as a repair installation twice, same problem. When I run Smitfraudfix, the one and only website I can visit changes. Any ideas what's going on here? Windows XP Pro. Thanks for any help.
IE6 is unsafe and obsolete, please update to IE8 a.s.a.p. Also if your XP is anything less than SP3 then it is also practically obsolete and very out of date as soon Microsoft will no longer support anything less than SP3, so install all the latest updates.
This is a Windows issue and I doubt it's anything to do with McAfee or an infection. From what I've read on the internet the best solution is to format and reinstall the system. Not a repair.