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HELP HELP ... APPLE annoying AD.YIELDMANAGER.COM


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help100

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I reallly dont know whta to do and where to go

dont wanna format my MAC BOOK

I started noticing that when I went to www.myspace.com
It was taking a long time for it to load
and I read the url at the bottom of mozilla
and it said TRANSFERRING DATA from AD.YIELDMANAGER.COM
that is definiyelt not a myspace cookie...


I already tried blocking that [bleep]ing cookie in my Mozilla Settings
deleted Caches in my Library
but still I cant Login to HTTPS sites
and that AD.YIELDMANAGER.COM
keeps coming back...

:)

P.S.
the ad.yieldmanager.com
even shows up in my WEBMAIL Account
its like Advertising the [bleep] website
Can I sue the [bleep] whos doing this
grrrr

PLS PLS HELP ME
I wpuld really appreciate ur help guys


BIG TROUBLE here
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Tyger

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Unfortunately a lot of web pages are loaded from several servers and the ones that are paid for by advertising will often not complete loading until all the ads are loaded. So if the ad site is slow or down, I've seen that often myself, the page will not load or load slowly. It has nothing to do with your machine, it is the script running on the page that prevents it from loading when the ads aren't there.
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Rorschach112

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Remove your google toolbar from Add or Remove Programs
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Hey help100,

What browser and version are you using? When you say Mozilla, do you literally mean the Mozilla browser, or a version of Firefox? Do you get the same slowdowns and problems if you use Safari?

Can you detail your "not able to login to HTTPS sites" problem a bit?

Rorschach112, Macs don't have an Add/Remove Programs control panel like PCs do, unless you're referring to Firefox's Extensions Manager, where you can add and remove extensions such as Google Toolbar. Is there a reason you think Google Toolbar could be the cause of these problems?

Edited by macmaxbh, 01 September 2008 - 09:48 PM.

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pauline addis

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Hi Help100,

on Firefox you can use the plugin adblock plus, and if not needed on myspace, desactivate javascripts and java in the preferences.
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