Any help would be appreciated,
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Perhaps give this a try:
Download and install Microsoft Antispyware beta from
Once it is loaded go into advanced tools and click on browser restore. You can find your homepage, serach page, local page, default page, and all of them under this.
After clicking on homepage, you can click "change restore setting to a new URL"
Change it to whatever you'd like then click on the "Restore" button after putting a check in the box next to homepage. This should change your setting and if you continue to run microsoft antispyware's active proctection, it will detect browser hijack attempts as well as applications trying to install. It also confirms some registry changes and alerts you if any winsock LSPs try to install.
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