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Re: red is on my yahoo home page where pic would be and...
Could be a problem with the browser or a video card driver issue..go to start-->setings-->control panel-->system-->click on hardware tab-->device manager and then verify that your video card has no errors...you can try to uninstall or update the driver. If that doesn't work try reinstalling your browser..get firefox or opera.
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In Windows go to control panel then network and internet, and you should see under internet options "change your homepage". Click that. You should see a box to put the Yahoo address in. Either type in the address in or go to the Yahoo home page and copy the URL on the top left of the screen.
Certain types of software downloaded from the internet sometimes will change the home page. So if you are downloading software and the like, always pick the advanced option, then check that it doesn't want to change your browser or home page. This happens a lot with the free software, to make them free they have these "extras" added.
Follow these instructions to change your home page to Yahoo Russia:
Open the internet. Click on "tools" on the top left side of your screen, then slide down to internet options and click on it. On the top where it says the address of your home page, highlight it and erase it. Then enter http://ru.yahoo.com/ and click on "apply" on the bottom right and then close the window. Close the internet. Reopen a browser and double check to make sure your home page has changed correctly.
Head to the Yahoo Web site (see Resources below) to begin the account creation process.
Click on the 'Sign Up' link on the home page to begin the account creation process.
Fill in all of the required fields on the page that opens. This will include your name and some additional personal information, as well as your choice for a screen name and password. If your screen name choice already exists, then you'll need to choose an alternative, or pick from the suggestions that Yahoo provides.
Click the 'Sign Up' button again once your account is ready. This will make your Yahoo profile active.
Download Yahoo Messenger
Proceed to the Yahoo Messenger Web site. You will click the 'Messenger' link on the Yahoo home page or you can head directly to the Messenger Web site (see Resources below).
Click the 'Get Started' link on the Messenger home page. This will redirect you to the download page for the latest version of Yahoo Messenger.
Wait a few seconds for the download to automatically begin, or press 'Click Here' in Step 1 of the Yahoo Messenger download page. This will open the dialog box that begins the download.
Double-click the Yahoo Messenger executable once the download completes to begin the installation process.
hi try this: Changing the home page The home page can be anything you want to see when you first start Internet Explorer. Here’s how to set the home page to something special or to nothing at all: 1. Start IE. That’s Internet Explorer, in case you were silly and skipped reading this chapter’s introduction. 2. Visit the Web page you want as your home page. For example, visit Yahoo! or my own Web page, www.wambooli.com/. Displaying that Web page now makes choosing it as your home page much easier. 3. Choose Tools-Internet Options. You set the home page in the Internet Options dialog box, in the top part of the General tab, as shown in Figure 18-1. You have three choices: • Use Current: Choose the current page as the home page. You notice that the current page’s address appears in the box. • Use Default: This choice would be the Microsoft preference, which is probably the MSN home page. • Use Blank: This option tells IE to start with a blank page — an item popular with many folks. 4. Select whichever option you want. For example, to switch to the page you were viewing, click the Use Current button. 5. Click OK. Now, that page is the first thing you see when you start IE. These steps should reset your home page, but the change may not be for good, as the following subsections demonstrate.