Uninstall that update. Be sure your computer is not set to automatically update. The very least you should have is to let you choose which updates are
allowed. As for me and my Windows 7 computer. I do not allow any Microsoft updates. My computer has the basic Windows 7 setup. I do not have Internet
It doesn't show up in programs & features > installed updates, so I can't uninstall it but I did do a system restore to the day before I installed it
but the problem is still there and it is still listed in the update history (does that always happen?)
a reply to: Skush
OK, check your hosts file: open it with Notepad or something (by default it's here: C:WindowsSystem32driversetc, for some reason ATS
disables backslashes) and look whether there are entries containing your "usual torrent sites".
Thanks for the replies everyone. I tried your suggestion JedemDasSeine with no luck. And drewlander I don't use IE but TLS is enabled. I've found that
using a proxy works with the sites that I can't access any more so I'll have to use that.
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