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kimtrnc

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Help! How do I get rid of this, please.? I use Firefox as my search engine, if this is relevant. I do not want TV guide with all its junk! Please tell me how before i shoot myself

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rdave13

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Had a google for this but can't see any software to install for TV Guide UK? Is this a pop-up?

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Woolwell

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Like rdave13 I cannot find any software for this. Has it become your home page?

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tullie

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Firefox isent your search engine,its a browser

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rdave13

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Download,update, and run a full scan of MalwareBytes.

see what it brings up.

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kimtrnc

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Tullie, yes, I know that, of course - just a slip of the keyboard. However, it seems impossible to get rid of. Don't like the "new version" of Firefox much, either. Obviously, I am a Luddite, if you know what that is.... Don't understand why everything has to be revamped on a regular basis,when it's already quite acceptable....

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rdave13

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kimtrnc

Is this a pop-up, or the homepage?

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kimtrnc

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rDave - Malware says no nasties, and it just sits in Firefox. Doesn't seem to pop up, just refuses to go away, however hard I try. I am not normally idiotic, I promise you.....

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rdave13

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kimtrnc, neither am I but I do fall down sometimes..:) Your description of and it just sits in Firefox doesn't really explain to me what is actually happening. What I imagine is, you open FF and the page that opens is this tv thing?

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kimtrnc

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yes

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ams4127

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Check to see if it has been set as your "Homepage" in Firefox. If it is, just delete it.

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