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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Nando, Jan 23, 2002.

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  1. Nando

    Nando Thread Starter

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    I've just installed a dialer that my internet service gave me.
    After I installed everytime I open IE a bar below the address bar, appears with a lot of adds.
    I want to remove this bar forever! How do I do this???
     
  2. Hamill

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    Who do you use as an isp? What was the sw called that you installed? A little more info please.
    Thanks
     
  3. Nando

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    what's isp?
     
  4. Hamill

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    Internet service provider. If you are using one that provides free internet access it could be an add bar that is included in the software and is the reason it is free. You can not get rid of it if this is the case.
     
  5. dexy29

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    what is the name of the dialer and did you have it from the begining or has it just apeered latley?.
     
  6. Nando

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    Yeah, it's a free provider. But the thing is a just have this free provider in case my paid one fails (it does very often).
    The thing is that even when I use the paid one, the add bar keeps appearing. It must be a way to give this bar an END!
     
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