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A Few Issues (Windows Explorer Refreshing, Ad.Yieldmanager)


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ILoveDaniel

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Okay I have a few issues, the first one being that when I am in Windows Explorer (AND looking/choosing at my Windows Media Player music list in WMP) the photos/music list will refresh and I have no idea what to do! I tried Googling some answers to no avail. It's quite annoyinc, especially when I am looking through a decent sized list of pictures/music, choose one and the page refreshes!

My second issue is with ad.yieldmanager pop-up. As I use Netscape as my browser some times I will get a random pop-up which won't pop-up now that I am typing this, coincidentally but it's something along the lines of ad.yieldmanager could not be found or something along those lines! I don't know if it's spyware, but I am pretty sure it is. I've tried using Spybot to find it but no help there. I'm pretty sure my Adaware has not found it either. Or CCleaner.

My last issue (for now) and it isn't that big of a deal I don't think, but whenever opening "My Computer" or "Control Panel" the little searchlight comes up and it takes a VERY VERY long time for it to find them. Is there anything I can do to speed that up or not?


Thanks and I'm sorry I have so many problems!!!!!
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Read this;

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