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Removal of Iminent [Solved]


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Open Office and AsusVibe Launcher
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[email protected] is a one-stop entertainment platform that serves as a value-added service for all ASUS products. With the [email protected] platform, users can access or download a wealth of exciting and engaging digital content such as music, videos, games, magazines, e-books, as well as tune into their favorite radio stations and stream live TV anytime and anywhere!

It may be that for some reason Open Office is trying to open that and is finding that it will not work hence the filter error

If you do not need that at start then it can be removed
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No, don't need that
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Solved. Something that you said earlier about Chrome had me wondering and so I went to Settings again and fixed it from there. All done. It's been quite a learning curve for me going through all these processes and I have learnt a great deal; for that I thank you and wish you well in deepest Cornwall :thumbsup:
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Out of curiosity what was the element in Chrome, in case I come across this again :)

Is all well now ?
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I revised the options in Start up and Appearance in Chrome Settings and got rid of all the Yahoo URLs that were there. There remains one yahoo URL that can't be got rid of for some reason but that's fine, everything is working like clockwork :-)
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Glad to hear that .. Run OTL and press the clean up button to remove it.. Keep safe :wave:
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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