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How to get rid of "Connecting to ads.x10.com" password screen??

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mazspeed@redshi

Guest
#1
How do you get rid of this? It shows on some of the webpages that I browse..

Thanks in Advance

Cheers
Mike
 

Bman

OSNN Veteran Original
#2
it depends, some sites have this so that not just anybody can get in ?

What kind of sites are these ?
 
M

mazspeed@redshi

Guest
#3
Mostly yahoo sites.. nothing like porn or anything, but it seems to be when it pops up, some pictures wont download.. Not sure why

Cheers
Mike
 

Bman

OSNN Veteran Original
#6
ok, havent gone to yahoo for a while but sometimes pictures just dont show, right click and say show picture

towards the pop up crap, are you running any antipopup program?
 
M

mazspeed@redshi

Guest
#7
I'm not running any kind of non pop up software, but I do have the software.. unless it's on with me turning it on...
It's off though from what it says..

Mike
 

Bman

OSNN Veteran Original
#8
if you have it installed, it could be screwing something up with internet explorer !

Not an expert but try that, then if it dosent work, umm i'll think of something..
 
M

mazspeed@redshi

Guest
#9
Ok.. I got rid of it, but the pop up is still there after reboot.. damn thing is driving me nuts...lol

Mike
 

Bman

OSNN Veteran Original
#10
ok, its just plan IE 6 right, no add ons or anything, if there is thats probably it, if not sorry but you have to get somebody thats good in this topic !

Sorry....


b-man__
 
M

mazspeed@redshi

Guest
#11
Yeah.. just plain IE 6 after a reformat... No prob B_Man.. thanks for trying :)

Cheers
Mike
 
M

MultiPle3

Guest
#12
Are you viewing these pages from behind a firewall or proxy? Business networks and university networks often have this problem.
 
M

mazspeed@redshi

Guest
#13
I have neither.. It's a home system with no firewalls at this time.. It is on DSL as well..

Cheers
Mike
 

egghead

Double O Egghead
#15
hello:

these pop-ups might be internal and your computer might be an ad-server

goto

www.lavasoftusa.com

download ad-aware and check for ad spies

delete everything that pops up

bad stuff


let us know what happens

cheers
egghead
 
M

mazspeed@redshi

Guest
#16
Ok.. I downloaded it, and ran it, and it said that "Gator" was on my windows system, and to get rid of it, and I did.. I hope this was it.. Thanks Egghead Nice Avatar BTW :)

Cheers
Mike
 

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