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GeekSandy

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Hi, guys. I have a new predicament. I have Google set as my homepage. And normally when I click on the search window (for web) the list of my previous searches is saved and comes up. Well today after my Trend Micro scan (I don't know that that has anything to do with this), my Google web searches window is blank (can't 'save' anything in it); and the few searches I had done previously on that page is now saved in the Google Images page! Freaky... Any advice on how this happened would be appreciated, but more importantly, how do I reset things to that my Google homepage saves searches like it used to (for the web). THANKS!!! :)
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Are you using the Igoogle Account Setting Thingy using a Google Account? Are you Sure you are in the right login?
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I don't know what the Igoogle thingy is, Peter... : ( I have just regular Google.com as my homepage. And I don't have to login / signin for that... It automatically comes up when I open Internet Explorer... (I appreciate your help!) :)
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