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Can't change my home page on XP...any ideas?


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Was surfing some sites, somewhere along the line my home page got changed to "adonem.com" and I can't change it back to Yahoo. I clicked on the "restore defaults" in the internet options and it went back to msn.com but still won't let me change it to my original homepage. It is not Norton blocking me either. Any help is appreciated.
When I say it won't let me, I mean that I can't even type the website in the box or click on any of the options, it is completely greyed out.
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your best bet would be to go to the malware forum post up a hijack log


Do you suspect a malware (Spyware, Virus, Trojan) infection? Please Start Here.

you will see that at the top of page
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Problem solved, my neighbor came over and changed something in the registry or something like that. Works fine now. Thanks.
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