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IT MEANS CLOSE YOUR BROWSER
(Internet explorer/firefox)

Posted on Jul 16, 2010

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How do I remove 1start123.com from my computer


if its a toolbar click here:
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If its a program:

1.Open Control Panel
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How do I remove ask.com?


Before you do anything, make sure all browsers are closed. Check the Task Manager to make sure none of the browsers are open. (Maybe you should print the directions out first, or use a different device to display this page)
Then, open up Control Panel and go to "Uninstall a program" (Add or Remove Programs if you are still on Windows XP). In the list of applications, find and uninstall Ask Toolbar Updater and Ask Toolbar. If you have already done this and you still have a problem, look for any applications in the list that has "Ask" in the Publisher field. With the software gone, the next step is to clean up the Web browser. The toolbar installed several browser extensions, changed your default homepage to nl.ask.com, and changed the default search engine to use Ask.com
Preferably use ccleaner to remove ask.com, then run a registry clean with ccleaner. Also, you might want to open up firefox, then tools>restart with add-ons disabled>reset click apply.
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After installing escan antivirus in window vista pc show the physicaly memari dum


Try using a FREE*, normal anti-virus from Microsoft Corporation:
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/security-essentials-download
Click on Download button in the page and installl it, but before that please close any open programs and uninstall the escan anti-virus. By any open programs I mean open folders, any other installations, just go to page, click Download, run it, then close your browser.

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Desinstaller toolbar ask


I tried to post this in Spanish for you, but the FixYa website won't allow it, so here's the English version:

How do I uninstall the Toolbar?


You can easily uninstall the Toolbar using the instructions below:

Windows XP:

  1. Close all open Web browsers
  2. From the "Start" menu in Windows, select "Control Panel"
  3. Select "Add/Remove Programs"
  4. Select the program with the Ask logo and the text "Ask Toolbar" (or our partner's brand for a custom Toolbar)
  5. Click "Change/Remove"

Windows Vista:

  1. Close all open Web browsers
  2. From the "Start" menu in Windows, select "Control Panel". Under the "Programs" icon, select "Uninstall a program"
  3. Select the program with the Ask logo and the text "Ask Toolbar" (or our partner's brand for a custom Toolbar)
  4. Click "Uninstall" and then "Continue" to remove the Toolbar

Windows 7:

  1. From your computer's 'Start' button, select 'Control Panel'
  2. Click the "Uninstall a Program" option found under the "Programs" category
  3. Select the program with the Ask logo and the text "Ask Toolbar" (or our partner's brand for a custom Toolbar)
  4. Click 'Remove'

You can also uninstall the toolbar directly from the toolbar

  1. Click on the chevron (down arrow) on the Option button on the toolbar
  2. Select "Uninstall" from the drop down menu
  3. Click "Yes" when asked "Are you sure you want to uninstall this product"
  4. Close all open web browsers
  5. Click "OK" on the popup window

We ask that once you have uninstalled the Ask Toolbar that you reboot your computer to ensure that the uninstall process is complete.

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2. Open your IE browser, click Tools, then select Internet Options. On the first tab labeled General, click Settings, then select your preferred search provider and click Set as Default.

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When i launch browser a tab appears with a firefox icon saying do you want to restore last session or start new session, Click on either one of these and then it says it cant connect because firefox is...


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Its because the browser that you are you using is not your default browser, I believe that your default browser is Firefox, You can try to restart the computer then open up the other browser that you have which is not Firefox, there will be a message there if you want to make that as your default browser, just click on yes, in that way, it will stopped Firefox to appear everytime you open up a tab.

Note: If nothing happens and still the same, you can uninstall firefox by going to the Control Panel then click on Uninstall a Program ( Windows Vista/ Windows 7 ) Add and Remove Programs ( windows XP ) then look for Mozilla Firefox and then uninstall it.


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I am trying to uninstall a program from my computer but I receive the message that I cannot uninstall the program until I close a certain browser window. How do I make certain that all browser windows are...


hi...

1.to check wheather all windows are closed please ctrl+alt+delete simultanously. there opens a diaologue box.

2.In that you wil have an option called as 'TASK MANAGER'
click on it.

3.there is a tab called 'APPLICATION' on top.this tab shows which applications are running right now.

4.so please select the appilcation you want to close

5. click on 'END TASK' below the dialogue box ,that particular application wil be claosed.

If still the problem exists then restart your computer and try uninstalling it.23ed591.jpg

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