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    Help! I am trying to view two links on a webpage that I used to access just a couple weeks ago with no problems. When I click on the link I get nothing, but notice in the bottom left corner of the Internet Explorer6 browser I get a message with a yellow sign with an exclamation point that says "javascript:SubmitForm('button8'). When I'm not clicking on the link there's another message that sits in the same spot that says "Don, but with errors on page" again with the yellow sign and explamation point. Please help, I need to continue to use this website.
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    I had some links on my toolbar but now I don't have access to them anymore. I have tried everything that I can think of to get them back. I was reading how everyone else is having problems getting rid of their specific toolbar but I really would like to get mine back. It had all my other links on it and I simply cannot access it anymore. Whenever I right-click on the IE toolbar it doesn't even come up with the option for it. How do I access them?

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

Internet Explorer Toolbar settings are not saved

Ramesh, Microsoft MVP
Windows XP Shell/User

Windows 2000 Group Policy Registry Table: 

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?

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For those of you with RegMon.exe - Place a hook on the satelite bho to track 
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"IE7 - Toolbars don't "Lock"" <IE7 - Toolbars don't 
"Lock"> wrote in message 
news: XXXX@XXXXX.COM ...
> Place google toolbar, roboform toolbar and favorite "links" on line under
> explorer line then lock toolbars - restart IE7 and toolbars are now 
> stacked
> under explorer bar - toolbar control still shows toolbars as "locked" even
> though now in new locations. (screenshots available, respond and I'll 
> email)
> Any idea how to actually "lock" toolbars into locations so they don't
> reconfigure selves each restart of this program? 

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