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Aryan King

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Question 1.

Each time I start my computer I get the same message:

Can not find http:/look at.it/'make sure the path or Internet address is correct.


I went to Internet Options then Internet Properties,but there are too many checked and unchecked things there that I don't understand to start messing with.

Can anyone giver me an idea of how to turn off the above message please?

Question 2.

After turning on computer I have to type in my password each time before it will start up loading the programs .Is there a way I can just have it start up and start loading the programs without having to enter the password each time?
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Ltangelic

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I'm not sure about the first question, but I am suspecting that your PC is infected. Perhaps you can have a look at this.

As for the second question, did you mean you have to enter a password to log in to an account on your computer? If that's the case, you can remove the password by going to Control Panel>User Accounts and select the account you want to remove the password and the click on "Remove my password".

Hope this helps. :)

LT

Edited by Ltangelic, 07 February 2008 - 08:02 AM.

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Aryan King

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Thanks,I tried the first thing before and it got out 10 viruses,probably doing it again won't hurt.
I did the second suggestion and am hoping it will work as you said.
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