[access-uk] Internet Explorer Query

  • From: Mel Spooner <mel.spooner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 7 Nov 2005 11:32:27 +0000

Hi All,

I have Windows XP Home edition with IE6 on my home PC.  Whenever I go into
IE, where Google should be my home page, it defaults to Internet Explorer
search.  When I look in the view menu and IE toolbar, search is showing as
checked.  If I uncheck it, it is fine until I next go into IE, when it is
checked again.

I have uninstalled MSN 7 as it said something about MSN search on the
search page and I don't like MSN 7 anyway!  I have also run both Spybot
and Add-aware to ensure that my PC is free of spyware.

Any suggestions please anyone?


Mel Spooner
edIT Help Desk
Nottinghamshire County Council
Tel   0115 854 6116
Email mel.spooner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

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