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    Connecting to …

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    by ge0rgei ·

    everytime i open IE6 to get on the internet it gives me a logon window saying “Connect to ad.doubleclick.net” and askes me for a username and password (while it is asking me this
    the page is still loading” then i clikc cancel and i can see that page normal but when i type in a new address it gives me the same thing…
    and its getting annoing i always get that login when i try to surf the net
    and its anoying…
    if anyone could help i would really apreciate it
    thanks,

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    • #3381460

      Reply To: Connecting to …

      by jimmy ·

      In reply to Connecting to …

      Sounds like something is hijacking your homepage.
      Possibly a piece of Spyware.

      Firstly, open Internet Explorer and click tools and then click internet options.
      (Another way is to double click My computer > control Panel > Internet Options)

      In the window which has opened what is the address of your homepage?
      Does it say somethin like http://www.google.co.uk/
      or does it say something with ad.doubleclick.net?
      If it says something with doubleclick.net then change it to http://www.google.com and see if this helps.

      If it doesn’t the cut and paste the following line into your browsers address page

      http://download.com.com/3001-8022-10214379.html

      This will download LavaSoft Adware. Run the program and it will remove any spyware on your PC.

      HTH

    • #2696030

      Reply To: Connecting to …

      by ge0rgei ·

      In reply to Connecting to …

      i already had Spybot S&D but i still downloaded Ad-ware 6.0 so i did what you said but still the same thing, i also downloade a RegCleaner and cleaned it but still the same thing.
      any other idea on what i should do to fix this anoying problem…
      thanks,

    • #3383406

      Reply To: Connecting to …

      by ross.laing ·

      In reply to Connecting to …

      Try clearing out your Temporary internet files and your cookie, also in Internet Options, just in case something is lurking in there.

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