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ALLSEARCH.COM redireting my browser searches (proxy server) [Solved]

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hey Gringo, I really appreciate your help. I just wanted to mention that I was chatting with someone who graduated from computer networking school and he said he ran across a similar situation in school. He mentioned that there is some file in windows, it may be a system win32 file that you can edit. It directs all your browser activities. He doesn't remember the name of the file but he said you have to go in manually and edit it. the allsearch program may have inserted a line in there that I could remove. Could you check on this??? thanks.
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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