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Old 7th March 2002, 19:07   #1
fwgx
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removing ie plugins

I just managed to accidentally (bloody auto move mouse, great and awful all at the same time), install a plugin from a website that has taken over. Putting other toolbars everywhere, installing it's own favorites everywhere etc. Now it's making my system unstable. Is there anyway to remove them specifically? It doesn't appear in Add/Remove Programs.

If you don't know what I'm on about, think back to the windows update page where you have to install their little checking program so they can show you what updates you need. Only this one is nasty . surely there's a way to selectivly remove them?

any help.

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