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IE 6 problem - confused!


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You could try re-isntalling your McAfee Product.
If that does'nt help; we will need to disable it.
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Disable McAfee or just the Pop-up killer part???

Can I use HJT to remove that BHO only?

Edited by Caveman_biker, 27 September 2005 - 05:05 AM.

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First try re-installing, whatever McAfee product you have.
If that does'nt help, diable the McAfee Popup killer from BHODemon.
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Well, it looks like all I had to do was disable the pop-up blocker through McAfee configuration and everything seems to work. Even with all BHOs enabled. Should I contiue to run BHODemon, or should I uninstall it? Does it use up system resources?

Thanks so much for all of your help with sorting this out.

Jeff
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Sure go ahead and uninstall it. :tazz:
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