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open up your browser. go to edit then preferences in firefox then general. In home page type www.google.com.au or leave out .au . Internet Explorer is the same, just look under internet option's. Don't matter if it is windows or linux, it is all the same. Make sure you have menu bar to do this. To check.Right click on top of browser. A dropdown will display menue bar, navigation toolbar etc. Tick the menu bar option. On top of browser you will see File Edit View History Bookmarks Tools Help . If you have it sorted out. Then you can start from top.
There are two ways to remove the toolbar.
1. To remove the toolbar : right-click on any empty space around the toolbar and it should give you the option to remove it.
2. Goto Start -> Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs -> Select Mininova from the list.
Go into your control panel to add remove programs and uninstall it. Then go online and install the latest Google toolbar. When you do the search for the latest toolbar include your browser in the search. Example: Google toolbar for IE8, or Google toolbar for Firefox (version), etc...This will insure compatibility.
You will need to reset your homepage to Yahoo. When you installed the toolbar (which will be available on ALL sites) it set your homepage to Google. If you're using Internet Explorer, click on Tools > Internet Options. On the General tab, type in the address (http://www.yahoo.com/) into the Homepage box. If you're using Chrome, click the wrench icon, then click Options. Select Open the Following Pages, then type in the address. If you're using Firefox, click Tools > Options. Type the address in the Homepage box on the General tab (if you're using a newer version of Firefox, click the orange Firefox button in the top left corner and select Options).
Go to http://www.adobe.com/, near the top of the screen select Downloads. On the next page, in the upper+right hand corner you'll see "READERS AND PLAYERS" right below that select "get Adobe* Reader." Select the big, yellow, Download Now button (uncheck the google toolbar option first if you don't want the google toolbar). Follow the steps on the screen that follows and it will download and install Adobe Reader (and the google toolbar if you chose to download it). Now you can open PDF files. Hope this helps!
Open Firefox in Safe Mode, from your programs menu or by typing “firefox -safe-mode” in Start->Run.
Choose what you want to be brought back to its original settings by checking one of the following options:
Disable all add-ons: Disables all added themes and extensions.
Reset toolbars and controls: Removes any made toolbar customization.
Reset bookmarks to Firefox defaults: Replaces your bookmarks with the default bookmarks.
Reset all user preferences to Firefox defaults: Restores the default Options and preference settings and resets the default theme. It also changes back to default all the entries in the about:config page.
Restore default search engines: Adds back all of the default search engines (Google, Yahoo, eBay, Creative Commons, Answers.com, and Amazon.com) , without removing any added search engines.