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ISEARCH compooter help

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by T.T Boy, May 27, 2004.

  1. T.T Boy

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    ISEARCH compooter help

    Discussion started by T.T Boy - May 27, 2004

    soooooooooooooooo, isearch toolbar has installed itself into my computer, and its fucking annoying, its slowing it down so bad i cant even check my email. i googled some ways to get rid of it, but so far ive found nothing, or stuff that tells me to edt:delreg which i know means to fuck over my computer into outerspace. anyone ever have this bullshit programme before? and how did they rid themselves of it? oh, and buying a mac is not the solution. but thanks anyways. it also launches pop ups that cover most of the screen, and cannot close.
    thanks doodsz
     
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    effyoo - Replied May 27, 2004

    adaware? spybot?
     
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  3. T.T Boy

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    that shit never works. it just installs more stuff, or just scans for this shit and asks for money.
     
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    Poop Man Bob - Replied May 27, 2004

    Both are free, TT.
     
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    T.T Boy - Replied May 27, 2004

    yeah, but are they PMB approved?
     
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    Poop Man Bob - Replied May 27, 2004

    If you must know,

    PMB™ approved

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    By the way, did they work?
     
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    Same thing always happens to me.

    One annoying install I had once, redirected ALL of my searches to some other retarded search engine.
    Whenever it searched I would notice the Status Bar in my I.E. quickly linked to something like www.websitesearchredirect.com/redirect/blahblahblah/isuck.htm or some shit.
    So I tried to uninstall it, spyware, adware uninstalls and none worked.
    I finally thought of something. I typed in the .com address that would automatically redirect, minus the other shit, and see where it would take me.

    Sure enough, I went to the .com and it simply said "Uninstall Shitty Search Redirect...Click Here." Uninstalled. Problem solved.

    Fuckers make it SOOOOOOOOO difficult.

    Fucking asshole software developers.
     
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    Run spybot and ad-aware, then switch to mozilla firefox. www.mozilla.org

    I haven't had a pop up since i've started using it, it's aweosme. Also no more pop up install dialogs or toolbars trying to install themselves. It's less prone to viruses because they're all pointed at internet explorer. Mozilla rules, definitely check it out.
     
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    Vanity - Replied May 27, 2004

    i actually had one from excite in the pre spy ware scanner days where i had to go diggin through excite's page and d/l the uninstaller.
     
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    Ski Mask - Replied May 27, 2004

    maybe you should buy a mac?
     
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    Prison superintendent Munir Ahmed Kahloon told Reuters a court convicted the brothers of stabbing the two men to death after a dispute erupted over a 155 rupee ($2.69) payment for a tape recorder.
     
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    Vanity - Replied May 27, 2004

    everyone says switch over to firefox... it's alright, but, like most 'less popular' browsers, they tend to have java issues
     
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    T.T Boy - Replied May 27, 2004

    i havent tried em yet. but thanks for the adivce, anything pmb approved is good by me. is mozilla all its worked up to be?
    thanks doods.
    oh and ese, maybe yoooou should go to art school.
     
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