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  1. Zone alarm pro for me.Very unintrusive
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    Uninstalling IE7

    Try this programme http://www.softwarepatch.com/software/moveonboot.html Got rid of a couple of files/downloads that were stubborn to remove.
  3. have a go at this....... System Restore does not work in Windows XP........... If System Restore does not work in Windows XP, make sure that it is enabled and active. Use the following steps to make sure System Restore is enabled and active. Step 1: Verify System Restore is enabled Verify System Restore is turned on, using the steps below: Click Start, and then right-click My Computer. Click Properties and then click the System Restore tab. Verify Turn off System Restore is not selected. If there is a check mark next to Turn off System Restore, click inside the box to remove the check mark. Click Apply and then OK. If Windows prompts to restart the computer, click Yes. If Windows does not prompt you to restart the computer, close all windows and restart the PC. After the computer restarts, open System Restore. If System Restore is still not working, continue with Step 2 below. Step 2: Verify System Restore is active Verify System Restore is active using the steps below: Click Start, Control Panel, and then double-click the Administrative Tools icon. Double-click the Computer Management icon. The Computer Management window opens. Click the plus ( +) next to Services and Applications in the left window, and then click Services. Double-click System Restore Services in the right window. The System Restore Service Properties window opens. Verify Startup type is set to Automatic and that Service status is started. If Startup type is not set to Automatic, click the down arrow and select Automatic. Click Apply and then OK. If Windows prompts you to restart the PC, click Yes. Restore points are missing in Windows XP If restore points are missing, verify there is enough space reserved on the hard drive for System Restore. Click Start, and then right-click the My Computer icon. Click Properties, and then click the System Restore tab. Under Disk space to use, move the slide bar to the right. This increases the amount of disk space reserved for System Restore and decreases the amount for other programs. System Restore does not work in Windows Me If System Restore is not working, you need to verify that the Statemgr and PCHealth programs are starting with Windows Me. Use the following steps to verify that these programs open: Step 1: Verifying PCHealth and *StateMgr are active Click Start, and then Run. In the Open field, type: msconfig. Click OK. The System Configuration Utility window appears. Click the Startup tab. Verify that both PCHealth and *StateMgr have check marks next to them. If either program does not have a check mark, click inside the box to place a check mark in it. If any changes were made in Msconfig, click OK. If no changes were made, click Cancel and go to the next Step. If you made changes, Windows may prompt you to restart the computer. Click Yes. After the computer restarts, open System Restore. If System Restore is still not working after completing Step 1, continue with Step 2 below. Step 2: Enabling System Restore Use the steps below to enable System Restore: Click Start, Settings, Control Panel. Double-click the System icon. The System Properties window opens. Click the Performance tab, and then the File System button. Click the Troubleshooting tab. Verify Disable System Restore is not selected. If there is a check mark next to Disable System Restore, click the check mark to remove it. Click Apply and then OK. On the System Properties window, click OK. If Windows prompts to restart the computer, click Yes.
  4. HA HA HA... YEAH RIGHT! I see on Ccleaners home page they have started cheap advertising like press here so you can win a 42 inch plasma , yeah right, so I will.It'll be as popular as press the "Fart button" you know you want to.Anyone that falls for that cheap trick deserves adware/spyware/tracking cookies etc. Come on Ccleaner less of the cheap tricks! Next it will be free smileys! (with abundance of adware/spyware) to boot!
  5. I have heard of this.I really don't know what to do.I hate Norton. Another bad thing i'm expeiencing is my firewall kicks in in under a minute but I can wait for up to 5 minutes for my Norton Antivirus to start.It's never the same any two days.I even have a start up manager, that didnt help either, its a real pain.Thanks for the tip anyway mate.
  6. Hi all Any ideas of how I can add "CCleaner" to my toolbar?I use it through my start menu at the moment. Cheers.
  7. I hate norton.When my subscription is up I am uninstalling the whole lot.Theres a number of sites I cannot click on, I have tried to get round it configuring these sites but with no avail.It is far too secure for home users.Like today it wouldnt let me open CCleaner.I even configured CCleaner to be safe and to use all ports etc.but no, I had to uninstall CCleaner and start again, and do a system restore.What a pain Norton is.Huh! the support? dont make me laugh.I know unsinstalling Norton is going to be a big problem too. I'll go back to Panda, and at half the size of Norton .Norton is a greedy hog in size.
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