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WindowsProblems Windows live toolbar Stopped working windows explorer Stopped working Tool bar help Stoppedworking Windows synchronization Stopped working Problem Reporting Stopped working Control Panel Cantget it tocome up Error message for all the above

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    Hollyecho Montgomery May 11, 2010

    Can you boot into safe mode?

    If you can, does the control panel appear?



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No i have not found as solution, i think my computer has been infected,andi may have to start from scratch.

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It depends on the browser you are using if it is Internet Explorer than right click ( use the right mousse button) at the very top of the page, a little window will open up make sure "menu bar" is checked, than look on the menu bar for " tools" click on " tools" look down the list and click on "manage add- ons" look down the list on the right hand side for the toolbar( s) you do not want click on it and click disable. Restart your " Internet explorer" and the offending tool bar should be gone. You can also click on " start", "control panel", " add/ remove programs" ( windows XP) or " programs and features"( vista, windows7) look down the list for the toolbar and click on it, and click " uninstall " to remove permanently from your machine

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Talktalk toolbar will only disable - I want to enable


Which internet browser are you running you might have to update it
or

Internet Explorer includes a toolbar that allows you to browser the Internet or perform different functions in your browser.


The toolbar allows you to navigate web pages, add browser add-ons such as pop-up blockers, save and print pages and more.


If you are unable to see the toolbar or components you want to use, enable them quickly using these simple steps and guidelines.


Click the Windows "Start" menu and click "Internet Explorer" to launch your web browser.


Click the "Tools" menu located on the top and click "Menu bar" if you want to view the menu bar.


Alternatively, press the "Alt" key to display the File menu.


Click the "View" menu, select "Tool bars" and click the "Menu bar" tool you want to display the menu bar.


If you want to display a different toolbar, select it


hope this helps

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Message states msn toolbar has error code 400. how do i fix this


I would suggest you to uninstall the toolbar and check. Follow the steps mentioned below.
a.Close all Internet browsers.
b.Uninstall the toolbar through your "Add/Remove Programs" utility. Choose the "Start" button in the lower left-hand corner of your computer screen, and then click "Control Panel." Choose "Add/Remove Programs" and the programs that are installed on your PC will be listed. Choose "MSN toolbar" and then "Change/Remove." You will be instructed to verify if you wish to continue with the uninstall. Choose "OK" and continue to follow the instructions by choosing "Next" until the uninstall completes.
c.Uninstall the toolbar by using the "Run" utility if you are running Windows XP. Click "Start" and then "Run" and type "appwiz.cpl" in the text box. Press "Enter" and the programs that are installed on your PC will be listed. Choose "MSN toolbar" and click "Remove." You will be instructed to verify if you wish to continue with uninstall. Choose "OK" and continue to follow the instructions until uninstall completes.
d.Open a browser and verify that the MSN toolbar is no longer displayed. You may need to restart your PC after uninstall is complete.

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I do surveys on the side and a survey asked me to download a toolbar which when the survey was done, was suppose to automatically been removed. Since this specific survey, I have had trouble with my yahoo...


The tool bar might still be running the simplest solution is to right click in the tool bar area to disable it.
If your PC wont let you get this far try running internet explorer without add-ons (start ->programes ->accessories -> system tools Internet explorer If this works you should be able to manage the toolbar from there.

You can also check to see if the toolbar shows up in your installed program lists (start -> programs -> add or remove programs) from this list you can see all applications installed on your PC look for the toolbar you added and remove it.

Mar 11, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Tool bar for computer gone how do i find tool bars in my computer


"FILE, EDIT or VIEW" options on the top.

  1. Open Internet Explorer, and make sure that it is running properly. If you receive any error messages upon opening it, your best bet is to reinstall Explorer rather than customize the options as new add-ons have likely caused serious problems. If it runs properly, however, continue to the next step.
  2. Check to see that the menu bar is visible. If the menu bar is missing, you will have to make it reappear. Right-click anywhere below the "Title Bar" (the bar which shows the Internet Explorer icon and the name of the current website) and any other visible menu bars. Then be sure that the "Menu Bar" has a check mark beside it on the window that appears. Click "Menu Bar" if there is no check.
  3. Click on "View" in the menu bar. Then click on "Toolbars" from that menu. This will bring up a list of available tool bars. To make the one you want appear, simply click its name, making sure that a check appears next to the name.
  4. Restart Internet Explorer. Some toolbars will reappear immediately. Others require a restart. But restart the application anyway to make sure that your new preferences are saved.
  5. Reinstall any extra toolbar applications if they do not appear in the Toolbar menu.
Please try this and see if anything help's.

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Close any open Internet Explorer and Windows Explorer windows.

Click Start, Run and enter REGEDIT

Go to:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar

There are 3 sub keys: Explorer, ShellBrowser, WebBrowser'

In each of these sub-keys is the entry for ITBarLayout

For IE Toolbars: The WebBrowser Sub-key directly affects IE.
For Windows Explorer Toolbars: The Explorer Sub-key directly affects Explorer.
The ShellBrowser sub-key may affect IE as well. Its effect on IE and Windows Explorer is unknown at this time, so if the first option doesn't work, delete the ITBarLayout value here as well.

Choose the relavent sub-key and right click where it says ITBarLayout and select Delete.

The deleted value will automatically be recreated for you.

You may want to right click on the main key (above) and select Export. This will allow you to backup the contents of the whole key, including subkeys.

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If you tell us what make and model of computer along with the operating system it is we can direct you to the drivers for the reinstall. Some off those programs - for example AOL seem to be virus magnets. (if it is a dell it is really simple if you just put in your service code- it give you your particular driver of your computer.)
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