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Im having trouble with my pc*

Discussion in 'Unix' started by mrtruckster, Nov 3, 2008.

  1. mrtruckster

    mrtruckster Banned

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    Hello this is Mike from houston, you got a nice forum here with some good topics and I hope you can help me with some tehnical problems* When I start my webbrowser, Im using internet explorer its some weird search engine. It used to be google and everytime I change it back to google its okay. Until I start me pc again, then the wrong search engine is back. How can I get rid off this? Its getting annoying and there hase to be a way right?* Well thats it, stupid problem and I hope that it has a nice easy solution that you can come up with, Im getting all your replays to my email so I´ll keep an eye on the topic, take care.*
     
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    just tell what search engine u re seeing instead of google. It must be an adware or spyware. U jus download the Ad-aware free edition from lavasoft.com and run a scan. u'll get rid of this.
     
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    One more thread created and account banned.
     
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    LOL! Try some anti-spyware software like Ad-Aware, Spybot, etc.
     

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