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I installed a toolbar which was supposedly to enable me to watch live tv and now safari won't connect to the internet, but Firefox is working fine. I have uninstalled the toolbar, but still nothing is working.

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At the Command Prompt, type C:\windows\system32\restore\rstrui.exe and press Enter. Now follow instructions to restore your pc to a time before you installed the toolbar. There are no spaces in the above command.

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