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Madridbear

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More of an anoyance than a problem.

To explain the problem in the simplest way......

Here on this page, on the blue IE bar at the top of the window it says the following.

"e" Geeks to go! -> Posting New Topic - Internet Explorer provided by blueyonder.



Now I live in Spain where there is no blueyonder, when I had the laptop home I installed my mothers broadband provider (blueyonder) and have had this since everytime I use IE.

How do I remove this?

Thanks.


Edit: I have completely uninstalled all blueyonder programs and deleted all visible entries in the registry.

Edited by Madridbear, 18 April 2007 - 01:44 PM.

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try This from Doug Knox...
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Excellent.

Problem solved.

I was hoping I'd get to mess about with the pc a little and learn something :blink: BUT the problem is solved.

You are a star.
Thank You very mucho! :whistling:

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well...if you want to see where the branding was happening (and subsequently what that doug knox fix...fixed) check this out this link (not the best..i'll see if i can find more info)...it's all in the registry

http://www.virtualpl...l/logo_thr.html
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Thanks Sir, you are a star.
Thats more than enough info.

Just means (like most providers) blueyonder are for the watching :blink: . Reg entries without using their own name for the file. :whistling:
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