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nowadays i've been downloading some programs and videos.

i saw one forum(not from geeks to go) about how to make internet speed faster
and i did something with "regedit" thingi,

maybe these are one of the reason why my IE is keep saying errors on page..

When i open google, it doesn't appear.
but on some other sites, even on geeks to go
! mark with yellow triangle appears on taskbar of IE and beside it, written "Done"
sometimes, written "Done but errors on page"
sometimes, when i click on something, the page stays still, in fact it should change to another page,
and "error on page" written.
it even goes "back" to the previous page when i didn't even touch my mouse to press "back"

please help me. I wish to sign up in one site but i can't cuz when i click on <sign up> it gets "error on page"
my anti-malware program couldn't catch anything.

thank you in advance

Edited by rjadmsekfr, 05 October 2008 - 10:52 AM.

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editing your user registry without any knowledge of what you're doing is dangerous and can cripple your computer if you do something wrong. We can probably help you more if you provide a link or tell us what exactly you edited in your registry.
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You can try System Restore to a date from before changes.
Also, what IE version?
Did you try Firefox?
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