Question about Google Computers & Internet
In your case it is normal to be routed to 3rd party website it is simply because what Google search links provide you are created by 3rd party website. Google search job only is to give you links to what ever questions you have ( when you enter it to the Google search bar). Hope it helps
Posted on Apr 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I was looking around the internet searching hard a solution for this problem who was causing me a lot of headaches. But after 6 hours seeking a found: RemoveIT Pro v4 - SE, this one took off about six littles .dll and .sys32 bugs hiddens in a nowhere place then everything is really fine...if you are still having problem, sure you must try it.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
oh, np... glad i could be of some help!
sooo... to clear the cache, if you're using IE7 you just go to the same place where you cleared your cookies and history and clear the temporary internet files... that's your cache... lots of junk gets stuck in there.
You should also check the settings... by default they are way too high... a giga or so, but you can put them at 50 or 100 megas. the button is right next to the one you click when you want to open the dialogue to choose what to delete.
Another thing you can do is go to your start menu... accessories, system tools and find something called either space freer or disk cleanup or something. and delete your temporary files.... if you have office installers, and you don't have the disk, uncheck that box... if you're unsure of what to check and uncheck, just let me know and i'll help you out.
Avast is a good one, i was using panda for years, but it slowed my poor pentium 4 down too much, so i've switched to avir, free and much lighter and only gives a popup when you update.
for spyware... i use Spybot... i've used it for years. some will tell you no or others but it's done a good job for me, and it will also scan for temporary files when you open it and ask if you want to delete them... good one!
there is a teatimer with it, which can slow down your boot, you can either not install it (you will be asked) or you can just right click on it to turn it off... be sure to turn off the freakn' baloons, they are rather pesty... same right click for that on the task bar icon.
if you want to stop it from loading on boot altogether, you can do that in the windows registry... just post a question on how to do it and i'll be happy to explain, it's easy, you just have to be careful when you go in there.
well, i'm glad you've got your computer all happy and healthy again!
oh... and don't forget to have a look at firefox! once i started using it, i could never go back to IE!
ciao for now!
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
SOURCE: Google Interstitial warning!
This was a Google error that was happening this morning to everyone. It's cleared up now. If it's still happening, just try rebooting to see if it clears up.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
SOURCE: Problems downloading..etc...
Hi. I had the same problem. I used Google and found
If you are having problems being redirected to other sites, try to TYPE in this URL manuallly without relying on your browser search engine. However, I noticed when I did click to this site, it did open another window. You can just close that window and stay in the window with your download. The exact file that you want is veo_304v_v1.exe. This is where you will find your driver. And this is free too.
Hope this helps. Ruben
Posted on May 26, 2009
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Known as "Not Found" errors, 404 errors occur when a link attempts to resolve to a webpage that does not exist.
When links are "broken" in this manner, search engine rankings can become affected and visitors grow reticent to return.
Luckily, the broken links that cause 404 errors are easy to find and fix using Google's online webmaster resources, allowing you to ensure that all pages display correctly and without error.
Log into Google Webmaster Tools by entering your Google ID and password.
Add your website to your Google Webmaster Dashboard.
Type your domain name (everything in your URL before the first forward slash)
into the Dashboard text box.
Click the "Add Site" button.
Select a verification process.
Click the "Verify your site" link.
Select your desired verification route from the drop-down box labeled "Choose verification method."
Select "Add a meta tag" and paste the provided code in between the <HEAD></HEAD> tags of your homepage, or choose the "Upload an HTML file" option to upload a blank html file with the name specified by Google.
Verify ownership of your web domain.
Upload your amended home page or Google-named blank HTML file to your server, depending on the verification method you chose in Step 2.
Use an FTP program to transfer the file in question to your website.
Click the "Verify" button to complete the process.
Identify 404 errors.
Click the "Dashboard" link to view website errors.
Examine the "Detail" column and locate any web addresses that show "404 (Not Found)" results.
Click on the "Linked From" column for each identified 404 error to see the location of the page that contains the broken link.
Visit the page that contains the broken link.
Right-click on the broken link and select "Copy Shortcut" or "Copy Link Location."
Right-click in your browser's address bar and select "Paste" from the ensuing menu.
Examine the link in your address bar.
Look for stray quotation marks, spaces, periods or commas.
Remove everything before the first slash from the link and see if the domain still displays.
Fix broken links. Open a text editor and load the HTML file for the page in question.
Correct link typos and delete links that no longer lead to live websites.
Save your amended HTML files and re-upload them to your server using your FTP program.
Return to the Google Webmaster Tools Dashboard.
Click the "Sitemaps" link on the left navigation bar.
Click the "Resubmit" button to resubmit your website's sitemap.
Wait an average of four to six weeks for Google to re-index your amended website pages.
Hope this helps
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