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Re: toolbars do not stay locked after restarting the computer

Postby Ramesh [MVP] » Sat, 07 Aug 2004 17:33:14 GMT

Three possibilities:
1. Corrupt Toolbar layout
2. AutoTKit program causing this (in case of a HP/Compaq unit)
3. A malware, fash.exe or something causing this

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i've noticed for some time that when i arrange the 
toolbars on my internet explorer, EVEN IF I lock them, 
when i reboot the computer or restart it, they are back to 
some sort of default setting. does anyone know how to get 
them to really lock?
thanks!

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