Two more possibilities to add to all gg30340 excellent suggestions. Aren't computers horrible when they refuse to do a perfectly simple thing?
Try installing an alternative browser such as Chrome or Firefox. Even if you don't want to use it regularly for some reason, it may help diagnose the problem. (Sorry if this was already in the thread somewhere; I did check but it is easy to miss ...)
Try installing an alternative PDF reader, such as Foxit. http://www.foxitsoftware.com/Secure_PDF_Reader/
Make sure it sets itselft up as your default reader.
I used always to use Foxit rather than Adobe Reader, because Adobe Reader was very heavy and slow to start. Adobe has improved a lot so I generally use it rather than Foxit, but Foxit remains an excellent pdf reader.
Hi again gg30340
You will never guess!!!!!. I did what you suggested regarding resetting my hub3, and guess what, IT WORKED.
I cannot thank you enough and all other contributors for their dogged determination to get me back up and running again.
Thanks again community
Glad it worked for you. That is normally the first thing to suggest but for some reason never thought of it till the end.
EDIT: just noticed that I did suggest this in the thread that linked you to my previous post about another poster with similar problem which is why I probably never suggested it at the beginning. Ah well as long as its sorted now.
You may want to upgrade to IE10 and upgrade BTYahoo mail to the new version again if you haven't already done so but then again it might be best to leave things as they are!
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