[access-uk] Re: Any ideas?

PhewMandy!  What a lot of questions!

First off, I'd run a good spyware removal tool like the one that gets
a few of them together  Hitman Pro, I think its called.  Reformatting
is way over the top.

In Firefox or Internet Exploder, F6 gets you quickly to the address
bar, which to my mind is more convenient than alt-D.

HTH.


From Ray
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-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On
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Of Peter Beasley


All that means Mandy is that you are being asked do you want to go
back to
the webpage you were on when firefox was interupted.  I find this a
useful
feature.  I have been using firefox as my main brouser now for over 18
months.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mandy" <manumandy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>


> hHi All.
>
> Because so many of you have tried to help me I thought I'd let you
all
> know that Dell are coming to sort out my laptop tomorrow as I tried
> another system restore having tried once again to use SendSpace with
with
> same result.  IE7 - now after system restore - laptop comes on then
talks
> about the conection having limited or no connectivity then the
screen goes
> blank and nothing happens and the mouse and keyboard are both
unuseable so
> looks like a reformat is in store and despite the fact I have an
external
> drive I've not backed everything up so will lose things I'd rather
have
> kept but at least any malware, spyware etc will be gone.
>
> Now:  do people suggest I stick with AVG 715 free addition or use
NOD32?
> Also I tried Firefox but there must be things I'd need to set:  for
> example it asks each time if I want to go back to previous session
or
> start a new one and also what do you use instead of alt d for
address is
> it control l and how do you set up favourites as it didn't appea to
be alt
> a.
>
> Thanks for all the help I'm off to do something useful now instead
of
> spending half my life at the keyboard.
> Brian's computer works fine on sendspace sending a file is that
because
> it's hard wired?  I hope I don't get same problem again once done.
> Mandy.r

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