NVidia's site produces "You dont have permission..

  Chegs ® 14:02 15 Aug 2003

to access this site" and PC Pitstop wont run either.giving several suggestions to help resolve it.I tried Repair IE,the Internet Options/Security settings.I reinstalled XP Home this morning(crashed last nite and refused to reboot/repair,only a format/reinstall would work),d/l'ed 40MBs of updates(caught by the damn virus as soon as I connected to net! as I hadn't re-installed ZA/AVG)managed to sort that out(AVG was stored on my daughters networked puter,along with the Mcafee Stinger)so curing that wasn't difficult,but COULD this error be connected to the MSBLAST/LOVSAN,etc that infected my puter?

  Chegs ® 14:06 15 Aug 2003

MSN Messenger also refuses to d/l so I dont get emails to thread replies...I'm starting to get really annoyed with these SATA drives,I cannot create an image(yet) of my full OS+progs,so when the inevitable occurs,its slowly work thru heaps of cdr's,installing each prog(only I cannot get them updated until I sort this error out,any suggestions what else I could try please?

  Chegs ® 14:19 15 Aug 2003

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  Chegs ® 17:55 15 Aug 2003

Just reinstalled XP and the problem vanished,so its sorted (for now!)

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