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Toolbar won't stay locked

Postby Dan » Sat, 08 Nov 2003 01:15:07 GMT

Everytime I restart my computer the toolbar resets to 
original setting, doesn't matter if the look is engaged 
or not. 

Toolbar won't stay locked

Postby anonymous » Sun, 09 Nov 2003 21:26:19 GMT

Same problem here.  This is a new computer.  My older 
computer will remained locked but not this one???  If you 
get any info on what fix is required, post it.  I'll do 
the same.  Good luck

Toolbar won't stay locked

Postby Kirby Glad » Wed, 19 Nov 2003 13:35:56 GMT

I have this same annoying problem.  Is it that 
stupid "search" toolbar?


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Hi,

I'm using XP home edition / IE 6.  Recently, something strange has begun 
happening~~

My toolbars are usually locked into a configuration that I prefer. 
However,sometimes when I open a new window, the toolbars are in another 
configuration. I can set the back the way I like it & lock 'em again, but 
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(I'm the only user on the computer.)

I've run AdAware & Spybot but that doesn't help ~

I've had the Google Toolbar for a couple years but doubt that's the problem 
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