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CANNOT DIAL UP, DONE SEVERAL THINGS NO LUCK


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Gerry,
I don't understand. If I download something, where is it I need to get it from??
Please explain.
Thanks a billion
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NewDotNet hijacks your Internet and I see a NewDotNet file found by Ewido.

Go to Start > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs and see if the following is present:

New.net (anything that says New.Net - it may say New.Net Domains or something similar).

Don't remove it yet, if it is there.

Let me know.
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Hi,
Peterm was helping me and he had me go into something and I cannot remember what it was, but it was there and we removed it, it always came up on System Configure Utility and so he went deeper and found it.
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I have no idea what peterm instructed you to do, but I need to know exactly what it was.
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I will try my best to explain it. It is were you go to the registry keys, there are a bunch of folders on the left hand side. He had me click on I think documents and progams and regedit is in there and that is where we found the newdot.
Does that help any?
I will email him and ask him though.
Thanks
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Hi Bannafanafo,
I figured it out.
He had me to right click on the c drive, click explore. Went to windows clicked on the folder which opened a lot more folders on the right hand side. That is were we found NDN3_68 (I believe that is how it was), we removed and it is no longer in the msconfig.
Does that help??...lol, I am lost when it comes to the fine detail of how computers run..lol
Thanks again
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I have no idea what peterm instructed you to do, but I need to know exactly what it was.

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Hi Bananafanafo
used procedure 3 from the newnet site
Remove newnet
Not via the registry

Edited by peterm, 27 July 2005 - 10:50 PM.

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We can no longer provide assistance due to an illegitimate copy of Windows. If a legal copy is obtained we would be happy to help. This topic is now closed.
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