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http://red.clientapp.../autostart.html

This is the download link too
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When you click start is Internet Explorer shown as Yahoo

If you click start, all programess then click Internet Explorer does it give you Internet Explorer without Yahoo
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Ok :tazz: Thank you!
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This in Yahoo

Each of the Yahoo! Essentials product installations can be uninstalled separately by using the "Add/Remove Programs" option in Control Panel under "My Computer" on your desktop. These products are listed individually as Yahoo! Companion Toolbar, Yahoo! Messenger, Yahoo! Login, Yahoo! Internet Mail, and Yahoo! Messenger Explorer Bar.

To reset IE settings you can do the following:

Reset Search - Click the "Customize" button from the Search pane and choose another Search option.
Reset default email - Go to the "Tools" menu, choose "Internet Options" and click the "Programs" tab. Click the "E-mail" drop-down box to choose your default email client.
Start Page - Go to the "Tools" menu, choose 'Internet Options' and click the "General" tab. You can change your home page setting from this dialog box.

You can also go to the "Tools" menu, choose "Internet Options" and click the "Programs" tab. From this dialog box there is an option to reset your Internet Explorer settings to all of their original defaults.
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No it has yahoo on it
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Click start, search look for Yahoo, include hidden and system files, remove any Yahoo entries, reboot, run the PC for a while before emptying the recycle bin

If you get, access denied or file in use, click start, run, type msconfig then press enter then start up, remove ticks from Yahoo, click apply, reboot, try to remove the Yahoo entries
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ok I have downloaded yahoo messenger again..Should I uninstall that again before doing those steps?
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It will show up in the search, you can either leave it or remove all of the Yahoo entries, especially if it isn't a big download
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ok Im going through and deleting everything ..Its taking awhile there is alot :tazz:
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Ok I restarted my computer..Waited some and then deleted the files
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Is Yahoo there
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Yes it is..I went to my C drive and programs files found internet explorer.. when I open the folder I found another folder named signup when I open that I see yahoo icons in there..Could that be the source?
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Yes, send those to the bin.
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ok i moved those whole folder sign up to the bin
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Have a look in common files as well
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