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Michael (Lancashire lad) - Belfast - Tue Mar 18 10:56 2003 reply I maybe taking the mickey this is my third question. Kenny Lock - Tranent - Wed Mar 26 19:50 2003 reply Has anyone had this problem? If it is showing as 0-bit, have a read of M$KB 261328 Also check your cookies, your security levels Iain Wolstencroft - Accrington - Thu May 15 22:41 2003 reply Thanks Bob Drysdale - Elgin - Mon Mar 24 22:00 2003 reply hello, I have the some problem as you I have windows98 and explorer5 as my default settings. this contact form

I've lost the option in "Add/Remove" to repair IE 5.5. If you have email address at Hotmail, Hotmail.uk, etc etc then you will not get notifications and need to manually check for new replies. Can anyone advise on what to do? It sounds like you have some spyware. why not find out more

I've gotten > conflicting > > answers from the net, and frankly none of the fixes seem to match the > > version I have (which sends me to www.martfinder.com). > Lynn - Chalfont St Giles - Sat May 24 11:59 2003 reply Help Maximising windows in explorer,I have followed tips in web user issue 57 still cant get to work. Some adware was found and deleted, but my start page is still hijacked (different start pages each time such as Martfinder, Specialgoods, etc), unwanted pages still open in the background and

Whenever I try to hyperlink from one web page to another I just get a blank page. I can clik this closed and the browser opens and appears to work OK but does anyone have any ideas as to how to sort this problem out? Joe - London - Thu Apr 10 09:23 2003 reply Thanks Joe. Still lessons have been learnt and perhaps I will go back to my previous, if not so cheap, ISP - Breathe.com.

In the Browsing section of the Settings list, select the 'Disable script debugging' option to insert a tick in its box. Any one able to help and suggest the best set-up configuration for dialing over a normal telephone line across a 56k v90 modem using Fast4.net as the ISP ?? I have installed ad-aware and that didn't seem to work so i installed start page guard and that seemed to do the trick.... It's not a major problem, but it IS irritating, so does anyone know how I can "lock" my chosen settings to prevent ANY changes being made except by me?

So at the moment i am no further on have you or anyone else any more suggestions???? This happened before and a man from Microsoft took me down a path to delete 2 unnecessary files that were added (I think they were 22/24 or 42/44), which immediately resolved Has anybody any ideas why this might be. adam - Redhill - Wed Apr 23 21:14 2003 reply This isn't a mother in law joke, but if her eysight isn't too bad, try changing the screen resolution Iain Wolstencroft

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Joe - London - Sun Apr 27 08:55 2003 reply Not in the least Iain Wolstencroft - Accrington - Sun Apr 27 09:03 2003 reply I tried to upgrade to IE6 weblink INTERNET EXPLORER SCRIPT ERROR an error has occured in the script on this page... For your info I am running IE 5.5. If not you can use a vb script from Doug Knox to un-brand IE or you could try Internet Explorer Personalizer.

http://shinobiresources.com/Downloads/spybot/spybotsd12.exe Flrman1, Aug 8, 2003 #4 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. If I then cut the power,re-instate it, go through the safe start up (without scandisk)and shutdown Windows as before, it shuts down as it should. Under the Browsing section, clear the Enable third-party browser extensions (requires restart) box. 5. http://goinsource.com/i-ve-been/i-ve-been-hijacked-again-hjt-would-you-have-a-look.html O4 - Global Startup: DllCmd32.lnk = C:\jetsuite\DLLCMD32.EXE O4 - Global Startup: HotSync Manager.lnk = C:\Palm\HOTSYNC.EXE O4 - Global Startup: HP LaserJet 3100 Status.lnk = C:\jetsuite\JETSTAT.EXE O4 - Global Startup: Microsoft Office.lnk

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Join over 733,556 other people just like you! I've run all of the programs listed in my topic description and and can't rid myself of the "martfinder" CWS virus. Can anyone tell me how I can correct this please? O4 - Global Startup: Pervasive.SQL Workstation Engine.lnk = C:\PVSW\Bin\W3DBSMGR.EXE O8 - Extra context menu item: &Google Search - res://c:\program files\google\GoogleToolbar2.dll/cmsearch.html O8 - Extra context menu item: Backward &Links - res://c:\program files\google\GoogleToolbar2.dll/cmbacklinks.html

Anne Dunn - Royston - Wed Mar 26 11:26 2003 reply Ann Open Internet Explorer Click Tools | Internet Options | Advanced Tab Under Search from the Address bar, choose one Maggi - Berkhamsted - Sat May 03 09:21 2003 reply There are good cookies and bad cookies. I have now loaded SpywareGuard and it lets me know that I'm being hijacked and allows me to select my intended homepage. his comment is here Click OK to confirm and return to IE.

help ... - 11 replies Odd pop ups, HJT log please help! - 6 replies help to get rid of amaena pop ups along with others - 3 replies Amaena Pop-ups I'm running Windows 98. Kenny Lock - Tranent - Wed Mar 19 21:46 2003 reply What email prog are you using? I know it's not the site that's at fault because i can access it at work with no problems.

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Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes #1 30-06-03, 10:52 Robert Irvine Deputy Editor Web User Staff Join Date: Mar 2003 Posts: 894 Browsers 1 When browsing online Craig - B'ham - Fri Apr 18 19:19 2003 reply Unfortuantely it can't be disabled in ME, However, you may be able to block incoming messages using a firewall Iain Wolstencroft Anne McCutcheon - Livingston - Fri Feb 07 16:07 2003 reply Erm....I'm not sure if yours is the same problem that I was having, it sounds similar though. Thanks again.

Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. I can access any normal web page ok.I use IE6 and Zonealarm.I cant see any problems with settings and no changes were made. Graham Woodman - Wolves - Fri May 16 21:33 2003 reply It's worth a try, but before you do that, In Internet Explorer Go to Tools | Internet Options | Security I had one of these & it took several passes, including having Spybot execute on boot up.

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