On Thursday 22 January 2009 08:53, Tomas Gutierrez wrote:
> Dear friends, I thank you in advance for any support I get. Although I am
> not that computer illiterate, I am new to Freenet and its language, so I
> request a measure of patience with me.
> My computer is a duo core, 31/2 gigs of RAM and a 500 gig hard drive. I am
> connected via a Lynksis router to cable Internet.
> After installing Freenet 7, my browser (IE) opened up advising me to change
> browsers, and there and then I supposed I was connected; then I did some
> searching, getting some results, but because I do not know how to download
> yet, I shut it off. When I tried to start again using the "Start Freenet"
> icon on my desktop, I got the following response: "System error 5 has
> occurred" "Access is denied" "Press any key to continue"

You are using Vista. Freenet, like hundreds of other applications, has some 
problems on Vista. A new installer will be released in the not too distant 
future that will avoid this.
> I thought then that my router needs some configuration, but, since I am not
> sure I thought I get some advice.
> Mr. T 
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