Asked by: smartbrahim-ga
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20 Jun 2004 16:49 PDT
Expires: 20 Jul 2004 16:49 PDT
Question ID: 363759
HI: I start to get this site"http://here4search.com/hp.htm?id=632" as default of my home page and tried to change it using "tool and internet option" but it keep comming back.I really don't know what to do. I appreciate any help to get rid of it.
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From: wigner-ga on 21 Jun 2004 12:55 PDT
Spyware search&Destroy can do this job very well, it is free of charge and was rated the top free ad-removal software by PC Magazine a couple of months ago.
From: b0x0rz-ga on 26 Jun 2004 09:01 PDT
here is how i would do it. free. easy. without any other software. you need a pretty good know-how on what's going on in your machine... if you don't post it here and we'll tell you what processes to END/ alt ctrl del > task manager > processes > END PROCESS then start > run > regedit find here4search.com delete all instances (should be about 5 of them) then windows > and/or windows > system folder and delete the .exe file with the same process name that you ended before. reboot. start ms ie and set your start page to blank. done. simple. easy. no other software. free. have fun.
From: studyloca-ga on 02 Jul 2004 01:18 PDT
Well it's depends on what I.E. version you are using. go to the <http://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/en/default.asp> then look for update reviews. then if there is any internet explorer update then download that one and restart your PC. then open your internet Explorer and click on tools menu then click on internet opetion. internet options window will ope then on "General" tab in Home page address write down home page you want. if you don't want any homepage then click on use blank. click on ok. and closo your internet Explorer. Restart you internet Explorer and check it does that home page there or not. let me know if this does help
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