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Re: Browser Hijack

Post by Superdave on 24th September 2016, 6:15 pm

You should uninstall those unused programs; they're just taking up space. Any other problems?

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Re: Browser Hijack

Post by MikeB on 25th September 2016, 3:56 pm

Hi Dave
Still having problems with "Smartweb.co.za" & "Go.oclasrv.co.za" opening up when I click on a link in pages on the web.

I will go through C/Program Files & C/Program files (x86) and uninstall the unwanted programmes.

Thanks

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Re: Browser Hijack

Post by Superdave on 25th September 2016, 9:37 pm

Can you see those two program in Control Panel, Programs and Features? If so, please uninstall them. What browser do you normally use?

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Re: Browser Hijack

Post by MikeB on 25th September 2016, 10:38 pm

Hi Dave

Normally use I.E.

Neither of the programmes appear in programmes & Features..

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Re: Browser Hijack

Post by Superdave on 25th September 2016, 11:10 pm

Can you find them anywhere on your computer?

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Re: Browser Hijack

Post by MikeB on 26th September 2016, 6:27 am

Hi Dave
Neither of the 2 show up anywhere when I do a search and they do not appear in the add-ons in I.E..
They just materialise when I try to click on a link in the browser.

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Re: Browser Hijack

Post by Superdave on 26th September 2016, 10:19 pm

Could you please post a screen shot of this?

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Re: Browser Hijack

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Re: Browser Hijack

Post by Dr Jay on 30th November 2016, 1:46 am

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