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AOL Explorer Browser problems

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I went to this website once that has something to do with free music. I wanted to check it out and it said I had to register for the site to look at it. So I did, but then I looked and it and didn't care for it. But THEN, next time I open up my AOL Explorer browser, instead of my one normal tab popping up (my homepage), this second website(the second website being the music one I visited just before) forcefully opened up as well, so now I have two websites coming up when I open up my AOL Explorer browser. Anyway, I've looked all over this website for ways to get rid of it, and I can't find ANYTHING. I'm sure they must be purpousely doing it like that to make it hard for you. It's really annoying and I can't find out how to get rid of it on internet settings or anything because it doesn't show up. Please help. PLEASE!

Edited by Sunkist566, 21 April 2006 - 12:09 AM.

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Can you look in my signature for the hijack this guide and attach a log in this thread? I will take a look at it. :whistling:
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