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Can't open mail. Get this message: 404 Not Found nginx/0.6.32

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Ever since I updated to 4.0, when I click on Mail, it gives me this message: 404 Not Found nginx/0.6.32

Did I do something wrong or are others having this problem? I can get to my mail by going to Internet Explorer, which I don't like. Please tell me how to fix this.

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Go to Add or Remove Programs and look for Anti Phishing Domain Advisor. If you click on "Click here for support information" you'll see it is a Panda program. Uninstall it. Solves the problem. Don't know why the Firefox folks aren't telling people this!

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Thank you very much "amalahi" for your post.It really works.It solved the problem for me.

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GOD THANK YOU THIS HAS BEEN DRIVING ME INSAIN FOR 2 MONTHS

WHY DOSNT FIRE FOX TELL PEOPLE ABOUT THIS AGGGGGGHHHHH

THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

FREDHEIDRICK

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404 Not Found

nginx google is not working please help me

Modified by asadali501

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Try solution from mr.Amalahi on top this thread. Go to Add or Remove Programs and look for Anti Phishing Domain Advisor. If you click on "Click here for support information" you'll see it is a Panda program. Uninstall it. Solves the problem. Don't know why the Firefox folks aren't telling people this!

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I cannot find "Antiphishing Domain Advisor" Panda files in my control panel or registry. I tried some registry commands but could not locate host.old or host.backup files to restore up to 127.0.0.1. Even downloaded the free version of Norton Power Eraser to no avail. I still get the 404 error not found nginx result for all Google. This started 2 months ago when I searched google for a toxicology sheet (UCal) which never opened pdf, just plugged up my computer . Ever since, when I start my HP 2006 XP computer I get a grey warning box from "KBD.EXE" to click off. Can't even find it's file to uninstall! Something smellz Phishy here. Thanx, Les psychobrew@comcast.net