Micro$oft + Plato (again).

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by John S. MacKay, May 13, 2004.

  1. The www.msn.com IE 6 home page hijack re-appeared. I tried Bazooka to
    find the source. The only thing it reported was a GUID entry in Media
    Player 9 (off the "free" CD). There is a preference option to uncheck the
    GUID, but when I looked, it was not checked in the first place. I had to go
    to regedit to remove the offending statement which is apparently installed
    by default. Now my home page is no longer (at present) hijacked. I wonder
    how many people don't know about Media Player 9 !! JSM.
    John S. MacKay, May 13, 2004
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