res://mshp.dll/http_401.htm#10213 default screen

Discussion in 'Windows XP Internet Explorer' started by Clay, Apr 9, 2004.

  1. Clay

    Clay Guest

    Anytime that I delete history from Internet Explorer the
    home page that I have set no longer appears and is
    replaced by the default page
    res://mshp.dll/http_401.htm#10213.

    I hate this page and have zero interest in it popping up
    time and time again.
    HOW DO I GET RID OF IT FOR GOOD?? FOREVER?

    Thank you
     
    Clay, Apr 9, 2004
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  2. Clay

    oops!! Guest

    Download, install and run (FIX) Cool Web Shredder:

    http://www.zerosrealm.com/downloads/CWShredder.zip
    http://radiosplace.com/
    http://computercops.biz/downloads-cat-14.html

    You may need to fix your registry after that:

    http://mvps.org/winhelp2002/RepairTabs.reg
    1) Restores the missing Tabs in IE (usually spyware related)
    2) Unlocks the grayed-out Home Page section
    3) Removes the Administrator message in Internet Options

    Download Ad-Aware from here:
    http://lavasoft.element5.com/support/download/
    Install, UPDATE and run.
    You may need to reboot and run again to clean all the nasties that cannot be
    deleted at once ("in use").

    Also excellent is SpyBot Search & Destroy available here:
    http://www.safer-networking.org/index.php?page=download
    Install, UPDATE and run.
    You may need to reboot and run again to clean all the nasties that cannot be
    deleted at once ("in use").

    Even if Ad-Aware and SpyBot S&D are similar, they do clean different things.
    You should have both of them and use REGULARLY.

    You can also install "preventive" software that will help you control these
    nasties:

    SpywareBlaster:
    http://www.javacoolsoftware.com/spywareblaster.html
    Avoids malicious Active X installs.
    Advantage: no system resources used!!!
    Just download, install and UPDATE.

    SpywareGuard:
    http://www.javacoolsoftware.com/spywareguard.html
    Monitors for attempts to install malicious software.

    All of them extremely useful but you must keep them UPDATED.

    Zee
     
    oops!!, Apr 9, 2004
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