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AndrewC3

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I hope someone can help me. I had my home page set to Yahoo! and somehow I must have reset my Internet connection to load to msn's home page. Anyway, whenever I try to reset the home page back to Yahoo! in the Control Panel, it doesn't work once I click Apply. Any help/suggestions is greatly appreciated. Thanks.


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wannabe1

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Hi AndrewC3...

Try this...navigate to your yahoo homepage using IE. Once there, click on "Tools" on the toolbar and choose "Internet Options". Click on the "Use Current" button, then Apply the change.

Or is this how you did it before?

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Hi wannabe1. I just tried what you suggested with no luck. I'm wracking my brains on this one.
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Is there anything else listed in the box besides the yahoo page?
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No. Nothing else.
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Delete the cookies and temporary internet files...then try to set it the way I suggested.
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