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Ares Filters . . .

by pearljamkornfan / November 8, 2004 6:53 AM PST

I am running Win XP Home SP2, 3.0 GHz P4, 1 GB DDR Ram. Running on schools ethernet. Out of the blue, my ARES galaxy filters software searches. My roommate is still allowed to do them. I went through all the filter files in the ares program folder and even uninstalled, then reinstalled it. I used to be able to DL through it. I'm guessing it is a registry entry or DLL file planted somewhere that won't allow this, but does anyone know how to get rid of this?

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Re: Ares Filters . . .
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 8, 2004 7:10 AM PST
In reply to: Ares Filters . . .

Call your school IT staff and see if they are blocking P2P softwares.

Bob

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Re: Ares Filters . . .
by pearljamkornfan / November 8, 2004 7:28 AM PST
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Haha thanks Bob, you tryin to get me busted? lol just kidding. I figured it out, uninstalled ares, then went through the registry and deleted any key related to Ares. I then reinstalled it, and Bam. Ares is the only on that works at our school for now. I can DL anything else. It was just software. I got that done now, so thanks for your time. I will now continue to download friends' freeware . . .

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