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This is a discussion on Line drop within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Seriously consider dumping IE in favour of Firefox as well. Download here: http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/...
- 26-09-06, 09:59 PM #11
- 26-09-06, 10:02 PM #12
^^ Firefox is fantastic - and has lots of really useful extensions & how about going the whole hog & using Thunderbird instead of (yuck!! wash my mouth out .. ) Outlook !!!Rachel
- 26-09-06, 10:20 PM #13
thanks for online virus check but only found cookies I still think it's down to BT maybe someone else who was on BT Yahoo will read tis and let me know if they get the same thing."I wanna be a Guitar Hero"
- 26-09-06, 10:42 PM #14
Good that your system is clean.
I had (and still have) BTYahoo - from the early days of BTInternet to currently BTYahooBB (with BTI dial up as back-up). I've never had your problem.
- 26-09-06, 11:08 PM #15
I still have BT Yahoo well intigrated into IE with all the BT icons maybe you use a different browser?"I wanna be a Guitar Hero"
- 29-09-06, 04:56 PM #16
Ha ha fixed it at last it was the BT connection manager still running and changing my default settings."I wanna be a Guitar Hero"