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It sounds like you are talking about "described video". Does your signal come through a set top box before going the TV or is the cable hooked directly with the TV? If going through a set top box first, you need to change the setting in the set top box.
The eaiest method i have found to get rid of this pesky browser Create Menu tab right click
in the top of screen (toolbar) you will see a number of toolbar options select
the menu bar
add to your screen toolbar File Edit View Favorites Tools
Select Tools tab then from the drop down menu Mange
Add - Ons you will see
Extensions Search Providers
Accelerators and Tracking
can remove or disable them right click
on them select disable or remove some don't have the option to remove.
also Get Rid of Ask.com as a Browser
Search engines come installed on Internet Explorer and
These search engines take over as the default search
Get rid of Ask.com from the toolbar after opening your
Open Internet Explorer.
Click on the arrow to the right of "Search." A
drop-down box will open.
A window will open called "Toolbar Options."
Click "Search" on the left-side panel.
A new page is displayed called "Search Options."
Click on the box that says "Set and keep Google as the
default search engine."
Click "Save." Close the window. Firefox
Click the arrow on the left side of the address bar to
open a drop-down menu.
The arrow is right before the white space where you type the
Click "Manage Search Engines" from the drop-down
A window opens, showing you the search engines installed.
Click "Ask.com" to highlight. Click
"Remove" on the right side of the window.
After the search engine is gone, click "OK" to
close the window and delete "Ask.com" from available search engines.
Rid of the Ask Toolbar Ask.com
is a search portal that attaches to your browser.
This toolbar is handy for quick access to the Internet.
If you do not use the toolbar often, you can remove it from
Click the "Start" button in the lower left corner of your desktop.
Choose "Control Panel."
Click "Programs" and then "Programs and Features."
Find the "Ask Toolbar" item in the list of items
installed on your computer.
Highlight it and click the "Uninstall" button.
Click "Yes" to confirm.
Wait for the application to be uninstalled.
Restart your computer.
right click on it, click settings and turn off start automatically. then right click on it again and click close.. Its a service that comes with the software, there are other ways to disable it but that's the simplistic one..
It should be under warranty still but if not and menu comes up on its own I would suspect a problem with the keyboard where the buttons are---they may look and feel fine but they usually are the cause of this kind of problem----In several cases I have had to remove individual micro switches under the buttons to confirm or deny this---if for example menu is disabled by removal of that switch (not the plastic button but the switch under it) then the set can be operated with the remote-----I would see about getting it fixed/replaced even if just out of warranty.
Set to OFF the UAC for each session simply go to START>>RUN>>msconfig when it comes up select the Tools tab, scroll down until you see Disable UAC, well disable it reboot and that pesky, yet helpful, UAC will be gone...
To turn off the "stuck" pip on a Panasonic tv without a remote, turn off the tv. Then hold down the "Action" button on the front of the tv and press the power button. This will activate a reset and self check of the systems and voila! The pesky pip screen will be gone! This is on an approximately 10 year old regular crt "CT-xxxxx" series tv.