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Internet explorer 7

My wife's user account does'nt allow her to log on to our home page. When you click start everything on the left side under her name is blank. Can;t uninstall or remove internet explorer 7. Dell thinks there was a virus,but no luck so far.

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Hi there
your PC has been attacked by a virus, so Dell is right on that one, you can try to perform a system restore to recover the system.
Keep me informed please

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How to delete qv06


Windows XP:
  1. Start -> Control Panel -> Add or Remove Programs.
  2. Select the unwanted program (including Desk 365) and select Remove.
Windows Vista and Windows 7:
  1. Start -> Control Panel -> Uninstall a program.
  2. Right-click on the unwanted program and select Uninstall to remove it.

Internet Explorer:
  1. Right-click on the shortcut you use to launch Internet Explorer.
  2. Select Properties and click on the Shortcut tab.
  3. In the Target area delete everything written after "iexplore.exe" and click OK.
  4. Now launch the browser and simultaneously tap Alt+T.
  5. Select Internet Options and click on the General tab.
  6. Overwrite the Home Page and click OK.
  7. Now tap Alt+T again and select Manage Add-ons.
  8. Click on Toolbars and Extensions from the menu on the left.
  9. Select the unwanted add-on and click Disable to remove it.
  10. Now click on Search Providers, click on Qvo6.com and select Remove. Click Close.
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Oct 01, 2013 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 7

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Removing IE 8


<p>If you have problems with Internet Explorer 8, you might want to try <a href="http://support.microsoft.com/kb/956197/LN/">Compatibility View</a> or our <a href="http://support.microsoft.com/gp/pc_ie_v8intro">guided help</a> <span> </span>to see whether you can fix the problem. However, if you just want to uninstall, or remove, Internet Explorer 8, this article helps you do that.<br /><br />When you remove Internet Explorer 8, your earlier version of Internet Explorer is restored with your customizations (such as add-ins, Favorites, and your home page).<br /> <p><b>Resolution:</b><br /> <p>To uninstall Internet Explorer 8, follow the instructions for your version of Windows. To follow these steps, you must be logged on to Windows as an administrator<br /> <p><b>Important:</b> You cannot uninstall Internet Explorer 8 if it is set as not removable. This occurs if you install Internet Explorer 8 before you install Service Pack 3 (SP3) for Windows XP. If this scenario applies to you, then you must uninstall SP3 before you can uninstall Internet Explorer 8. For more information about this issue, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: <br /> <p><a href="http://support.microsoft.com/kb/950719/">950719</a> You cannot uninstall Internet Explorer 7 or Internet Explorer 8 after you install Windows XP Service Pack 3<br /> <p>To uninstall Internet Explorer 8, follow the instructions for your version of Windows. To follow these steps, you must be logged on to Windows as an administrator. <br /> <p><b>Steps for Windows 7</b><br /> <p>To uninstall Internet Explorer 8, follow these steps: <br /> <p>1. Close all programs. <br />2. Click StartCollapse this imageExpand this image, and then click Control Panel.<br />3. Click Programs and Feature.<br />4. In the tasks pane, click Turn Windows features on or off.<br />5. In the list of windows features, clear the check box next to Internet Explorer 8.<br />6. You receive a warning message in a pop-up window. Click Yes.<br /> <p>Internet Explorer 8 will now be uninstalled. The system will restart after the installation. <br /> <p><b>Steps for Windows Vista or for Windows Server 2008</b><br /> <p> loadTOCNode(3, 'resolution'); To uninstall Internet Explorer 8, follow these steps: <br /> <ol> <li> Close all programs. <li> Click Start</b>, and then click Control Panel</b>. <li> Click Uninstall a Program</b> under the Programs</b> category <li> In the Tasks pane, click View installed updates</b>. <li> In the list of installed updates, double-click Windows Internet Explorer 8</b>. <br /><br /><b>Note:</b> If Windows Internet Explorer 8 does not appear in the list of installed updates, try the <span><b>alternative steps for Windows Vista or for Windows Server 2008</b></span>. <li> In the Uninstall an update</b> dialog box, click Yes</b>.<br /><br /><b>Note:</b> If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password, or click Continue</b>. <li> Follow the instructions to uninstall Internet Explorer 8. <li> When the uninstall program is finished, restart your computer. </li></ol> <p><b>Steps for Windows XP or for Windows Server 2003</b><br /> <p> loadTOCNode(3, 'resolution'); To uninstall Internet Explorer 8, follow these steps: <br /> <ol> <li> Close all programs. <li> Click Start</b>, and then click Control Panel</b>. <li> Click Add or Remove Programs</b>. <li> In the list of currently installed programs, click Windows Internet Explorer 8</b>, and then click Remove</b>.<br /><br /><b>Note:</b> If Windows Internet Explorer 8 does not appear in the list of installed updates, try the <span><b>alternative steps for Windows XP or for Windows Server 2003</b></span>. <li> Follow the instructions to uninstall Internet Explorer 8. <li> When the uninstall program is finished, restart your computer. </li></ol> <p><b>Alternative steps</b><br /> <p><b>Alternative steps for Windows Vista or for Windows Server 2008</b><br /> <p> loadTOCNode(3, 'moreinformation'); To uninstall Internet Explorer 8, follow these steps: <br /> <ol> <li> <p>Carefully select and then copy the following command: <br /> <p><b>FORFILES /P %WINDIR%\servicing\Packages /M Microsoft-Windows-InternetExplorer-8*.mum /c "cmd /c echo Uninstalling package @fname && start /w pkgmgr /up:@fname /norestart"</b><br /> <li> Click Start</b>, and then type <span>Cmd.exe</span> in the Start Search</b> box. <li> In the list of programs, right-click Cmd.exe</b>, and then click Run as administrator</b>.<br /></li></ol> <li> Right-click inside the Administrator: Command Prompt window, and then click Paste</b> to paste the command that you copied in step 1. <li> Press ENTER to uninstall Internet Explorer 8. <li> When the uninstall program is finished, restart your computer.</li> <p><b>Alternative steps for Windows XP or for Windows Server 2003</b><br /> <p> loadTOCNode(3, 'moreinformation'); To uninstall Internet Explorer 8, follow these steps: <br /> <ol> <li> <p>Carefully select and then copy the following command: <br /> <p><b>%windir%\ie8\spuninst\spuninst.exe</b><br /> <li> Click Start</b>, and then click Run</b>. <li> In the <span>Open</span> box, type <span>Cmd.exe</span>, and then press ENTER. <li> Right-click inside the Cmd.exe</b> window, and then click Paste</b> to paste the command that you copied in step 1. <li> Press ENTER to uninstall Internet Explorer 8. <li> When the uninstall program is finished, restart your computer.</li> <li> <b>More Information:</b></li> <li> After you uninstall Internet Explorer 8, you may notice Application event log errors after each reboot. To resolve this problem, delete the following Internet Explorer User Accelerators and Internet Explorer Machine Accelerators registry keys in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\GPExtensions: </li> <li> {7B849a69-220F-451E-B3FE-2CB811AF94AE} {CF7639F3-ABA2-41DB-97F2-81E2C5DBFC5D}</li> <li> <b>The information in this article applies to:</b></li> <li> Windows Internet Explorer 8</li></ol>

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How do you remove/delete google reader from following me


In order to protect internet searchers, Google set up a notice to warn users that they are visiting a new page when being redirected from the Google search URL. From here a user can see that the browser is redirecting them, and can choose to visit the site or return to the Google search page. Unfortunately, occasionally this notice may appear each time you click on a search result in Google, making it frustrating to search for anything through Google. If you get the Google redirect notice constantly, you can clear your Internet browser cache and cookies to resolve the issue.

Open the Firefox browser on your computer, and click the "Firefox" option at the top left of the program. Scroll over and hover over "History," then click on "Clear Recent History" from the drop-down menu. Select "Everything" for "Time range to clear," and place check-marks next to "Cookies" and "Cache" in the "Details" section. Click "Clear Now." Allow Firefox to delete the information, then restart the browser. Internet Explorer Open the Internet Explorer browser on your computer, and click the "Tools" (Gear icon) option at the top right of the program. Scroll down, and click on "Internet Options." Click on "Delete" beneath "Browsing history." Put check-marks next to "Cookies" and "Temporary Internet Files." Click "Delete." Allow Internet Explorer to delete the information, then restart the browser. Google Chrome Open the Google Chrome browser on your computer, and click the wrench icon at the top right of the program. Scroll down, then click "Options." Click "Under the Hood" on the left side of the browser window, then click "Clear browsing data" in the "Privacy" section. Select "the beginning of time" for the "Obliterate the following items" drop-down. Put check-marks next to "Empty the cache" and "Delete cookies and other site and plug-in data." Click "Clear browsing data." Allow Chrome to delete the information, then restart the browser.
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Lost administartor rights


Click start Control Panel. Select "User Accounts and Family Safety," then "User Accounts." Click "Turn User Account Control on or off." Remove the check mark next to "Use User Account Control (UAC) to help protect your computer." Click "OK." Set All Accounts to Administrator Still in the UAC section of Control Panel, select "Manage another account," and click on a user account. Click on "Change the account type." When working with multiple accounts, some changes can only be made if you and the account holder are both logged in with "Administrator" accounts so you need to change all user accounts to "Administrator." When you are done making changes, you can change them back to "Standard," but always leave at least one "Administrator" account. Select the "Administrator" radio button. Click "Change Account Type" at the bottom right. Repeat this procedure to change each user account to "Administrator." When all user accounts have been changed, close the Control Panel. Create a Full Administrator Account Click "Start" (the Windows Vista icon in the lower left of your screen). In the Search box, type "cmd". Right-click on "cmd," and select "Run as Administrator." An elevated command prompt window will appear. At the command prompt, type "net user administrator /active:yes", and press "Enter." Choose a password and assign it to the "Administrator" account, by typing "net user administrator 'password'", where 'password' is your selected password. For instance, if your password is "abc," type "net user administrator abc". Press "Enter." Type "exit" and press "Enter." Log off. When you log back into your "Administrator" account, you will have full rights.

Jan 25, 2013 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 9

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Meep wont let me register ?


Activate Parental Controls b> Computers are great tools that help us in work, education and entertainment. They're versatile machines and provide great benefits, but that versatility opens the door for users to access inappropriate content. Microsoft Windows offers a number of controls to restrict or entirely block access to many content types. Unfortunately, the Parental Controls feature is not available in Windows XP or earlier systems, but Windows Vista and 7 have the utility preinstalled. You can set up the controls in a few steps and help protect anyone that uses your computer.

Click the "Start" button in the lower left corner of your screen and then click "Control Panel." Click "Control Panel Home" on the left of the Control Panel window, if it is not already selected. Click "Set Up Parental Controls for Any User." Select the account for which you want to set up controls. This is the "User Controls" section of that account. Select the "On, Enforce Current Settings" option on the left side of the window Click "OK." This activates whatever settings are currently on the computer. Parental Control Settings b> Access the "User Controls" section of the account you want to restrict. Select the type of control you wish to alter or put into effect. Your options include "Time Limits," "Games" and "Allow and Block Specific Programs." Windows Vista also has "Windows Vista Web Filter." Restrict when an account may be used under "Time Limits." You can set what hours the account is available for each day of the week. Set game rating limitations. These settings allow you to select which game rating is the highest permissible for that user. Restrict certain programs. You can block the use of whatever programs you prefer, such as video games or Web browsers. Set Internet restrictions. In Windows Vista, you can decide how strict to make the restriction level immediately; in Windows 7, you must first install the free Windows Live Family Safety 2011 suite http://explore.live.com/windows-live-family-safety?os=other Click the "OK" button in the "User Controls" section once you are finished with the control setup. Hope this helps.

Jan 14, 2013 | Meep Internet & Communication Software

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My internet is half working. will allow me to pull up sites but not access them or able to search the internet.


Hi smb343646205,

Welcome to FixYa! How are you doing?

You did not specify the Operating System you are using, whether Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7.

Anyways, try to reset the Internet Explorer Settings to resolve the problem.

To use the Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature from Control Panel, follow these steps:
  1. Exit all programs, including Internet Explorer (if it is running).
  2. If you use Windows XP, click Start, and then click Run. Type the following command in the Open box, and then press ENTER: inetcpl.cpl If you use Windows Vista, click Start. Type the following command in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER: inetcpl.cpl The Internet Options dialog box appears. Click the Advanced tab. Under Reset Internet Explorer settings, click Reset. Then click Reset again. When Internet Explorer finishes resetting the settings, click Close in the Reset Internet Explorer Settings dialog box. Start Internet Explorer again. The Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature restores the following items to their default settings:
    1. Home pages
    2. Search scopes
    3. Browsing history
    4. Form data
    5. Passwords
    6. Appearance settings
    7. Toolbars
    8. ActiveX controls


    Hope that helps. Thank you for using FixYa!

Jul 18, 2011 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

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Can anybody help me figure out why I get the below message and how I can fix it? Thank-you Webpage error details User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; .NET CLR...


Internet Explorer 7 cannot display a particular element on a Web page on that Web site.

Workaround 2 loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation'); You can turn off friendly HTTP error messages in Internet Explorer. This workaround still lets the error message appear. However, Internet Explorer does not move away from the page after the error occurs. This workaround works only for Internet Explorer 6.

To do this, follow these steps:
  1. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
  2. On the Advanced tab, click to clear the Show friendly HTTP error messages check box under the Browsing section, and then click OK.
  3. Close the browser.

Follow this link for more workarround
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927917/en-us

Thanks
Sandeep

Mar 16, 2011 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

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I up graded to Ex 8 and now I cannot view my HASP payroll


I have a local user, which uses an online payroll system. It does not work with internet explorer 8. You probably have the same problem. I would uninstall explorer 8 and reinstall explorer 7. If you don't have 7 on your machine, first go to microsoft and download explorer 7, then uninstall 8 and reinstall 7. Good Luck.

Jan 28, 2010 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

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IE8 Hangs at Connecting - both Restore Session and Go Home Page


if above solution doesn't work ,try out this,
1. perform browser reset by goinginto - tools - internet options - advanced - reset.
2. if it doesn't work - get into add or remove programs - remove the tool bars, google desktop if you have installed.

Sep 22, 2009 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

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Norton internet security


STEP 1 Log on using the Supervisor account

1 Start Norton Internet Security.
2 In the Norton Internet Security window, in the left pane, click User Accounts.
3 The account that you are logged on as is displayed after "you are logged on as:"
4 Click Log Off.
5 In the Confirm dialog box, click Yes.
6 Click Log On.
7 In the Log on dialog box, in the Account Name list, click Supervisor.
8 In the Password field, type your password.
If you have never assigned a password to the Supervisor account, leave this field blank.
9 Click OK.


STEP 2 Turn on or turn off Norton Internet Security

1 Start Norton Internet Security.
2 In the left pane, click Status & Settings.
3 Click Security.
4 Click Turn on or Turn off.

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