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Norton Keep takeing over my home page I want my Aol home page.

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If you go to the aol site you can select on that page 'make this my homepage' (or simular to that) if that fails go to your control panel then internet options and type in the aol webpage there and apply

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Sorry for the trouble. I am Vineeth and I am from the Norton Support team.


Can you please follow the steps in this support article:
https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/home/current/solutions/kb20090504170737EN_EndUserProfile_en_us


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Yahoo has been experiencing a system wide problem. Many of Yahoo! Mail customers are experiencing the same problem of the browser closing.

To assist Yahoo mail customers with this problem, AOL will transfer all of your contact information and future emails from your Yahoo account to your new AOL account for the next 30 days for free. (Until Yahoo can correct the problem). You won't miss any emails from your Yahoo account.. They will be automatically forwarded to your new AOL account.

Here are the instructions:

1) Go to AOL and set up a new AOL email account. (Click on this link) https://my.screenname.aol.com/_cqr/login/login.psp?seamless=novl&locale=us&offerId=newmail-en-us-v2&siteState=ver%3A4'rt%3ASTANDARD'at%3ASNS'ld%3Awebmail.aol.com'uv%3AAOL'lc%3Aen-us'mt%3AAOL'snt%3AScreenName'sid%3Af27fcb24-926a-4b22-ac39-ac0d19e1d3f4&authLev=0&sitedomain=sns.webmail.aol.com&lang=en

2) During the set up process you will be asked to provide a security question. Later, you'll need to answer the security question to set up the transfer, so don't forget the answer.

3) Once your new AOL account is set up, go to your AOL email page. Look in the upper right hand top corner for the word, SETTINGS and click on it.

4) (Next page) On the left hand side, look for the word, Accounts and click on it.

5) (Next Page) Look on the line beginning with, Transfer Accounts and locate the link that reads, AOL Easy Transfer and click on it.

6) (Next Page) Agree to the terms of service and click on, Get Started.

7) (Next Page) Under Copy from, enter your Yahoo email address and password.

8) Under Copy to, enter your new AOL email address and password.

9) (Next Page) Carefully Read, and select the options you need. (Click, Continue)

10) (Next Page) Click, Go to AOL Mail.

11) (Next Page) Enter the answer to your security question you created when you set up your new AOL email account. (Click, Continue)

12) (Next Page) Look at the top Left hand corner and click on, MAIL.

That's it. (Although AOL says that it may take up to 24 hours to complete the process - it usually only takes about 30 minutes.) After you receive your confirmation email, Click on your Contacts in your AOL account. When you see your Contacts from your Yahoo account there, the transfer has completed.

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First update Malwarebytes, then run a "Full Scan". If the PC needs to re-boot after Malwarebytes completes the full scan then do so.

Right click on the Internet Explorer Icon (do not open the internet explorer) and from the bottom of the drop down menu select "Internet Options". The internet options settings will be displayed on the "General" tab and you will see "Home Page" with a box showing the home page(s) that the browser is using, and remove any that are not the website with your home page, and if your home page is not there then remove them all. You can type in your home page if you know the URL and if you use Yahoo it would be http://my.yahoo.com/ and if you do not know your home page URL then leave the box empty for now.

Then, look down below the "Home Page" box and below the browsing history, you will see "Search" with a magnifying glass and it will say "Change search defaults" with a "Settings" button. Select the button and the "Change Search Defaults" settings will pop up. From the Change Search Default settings there will be a box with a list of "Search Providers", and remove everything that is not "Live Search" or your home page web site such as Yahoo or Google, and then reset the search provider that has your home page website as the "Default" search provider, and then select OK from the "Change Search Defaults". If your home page search provider is not listed then remove them all except for "Live Search" and at least the web browser will open up to a Microsoft search page, and from there you can navigate to your home page web site and then set it as your home page.

Then, select the "Advanced" tab from the right of the "Internet Options" menu and just below the advanced settings box select the "Restore advanced settings" button, and then select the "OK" button and the "Internet Options" should close.

You should now be able to open the Internet Explorer and the web browser should open up to the search provider that you set as the "Default" search provider, and from there go to your home page and then set that web page as your "Home Page".

If you have a registry cleaner you should now run the program to remove any malicious or invalid registry entries, and I would suggest using "Registry Mechanic".

I would strongly suggest that you delete the norton security from your PC and try this security program, it is a free edition but that does not effect the scanner or what it will remove, and the paid version only has a few more options that are nice but not really necessary, and this progam will get rid of a lot of infections that norton could not remove from your PC, but do not just take my word for it, try it out and see for yourself, and if you are not satisfied with how the program performs then you can always delete it, and it will work a lot better at protecting your PC than than norton ever will.

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AOL Home Page


go to tools menu in the menu bar in internet explorer, then go to internet options. Set your home page as you like in the internet options box.

Alternatively locate internet options inside control panel, it will open same box.
Here is an example of how internet options windows looks like:
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The box at the top is for changing home page

regards

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