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google.com, yahoo...AZEsearch![RESOLVED]

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Hi all,

I am having a problem with google.com, yahoo. I think everything started
with AZEsearch toolbar which somehow managed to install itself on my
computer. I eventually managed to remove the toolbar by deleting all
associated files...(with the help of this forum)
Now the problem is that I can't use google.com or yahoo to search, they
simply bring me one or two results and no more!!! furthermore the mouse
pointer on google.com points to "http://www.google.com/#" no matter the
pointer is on the news, images, or froogle....!
Also the "I'm feeling lucky" is gone!!!

I have scanned the whole pc using different spayremovers (spybot,
a-squared, ad-aware, Mcafee, ...) and found nothing!

Any help is greatly appreciated,

Edited by imfeelinglucky, 24 April 2005 - 09:11 AM.

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