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redleader74

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When I go to my internet browser's homepage "www.yahoo.com", my PC goes to the old homepage and my laptop goes to the new homepage. Here are the relevant specs on the two machines:

PC:
Windows 98
MS Internet Explorer Version 6.0.2800.1106IS

Laptop:
Windows XP
MS Internet Explorer Version 6.0.2900.2180.xpsp_sp2_gdr.050301-1519

Both computers have the browser homepage set to "www.yahoo.com", yet the PC will show the old homepage and the laptop will show the new homepage. I'd prefer to show the old homepage.

Thanks in advance.
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Does this get the new page

http://www.yahoo.com/?p=1156833189

Or

http://www.yahoo.com/?p=1156833258
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both those links lead to the old homepage.
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Does any of your software automatically protect the homepage, probably the firewall but spybot does too
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no, not that I know of. I've never had problems before.
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