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    When I log on to Internet Explorer, homepage comes up, then zaps away --
    poof. Is this a new default Firefox has added? How do I fix? If any kind
    person knows, please contact me at:

    ohmemercylard@yahoo.com

    (the only email address I can currently access).

    Thanks!



  2. Re: Can't log on to IE, post-upgrade

    wrote in
    news:MOmdndbR6_SQzI7YnZ2dnUVZ_s6dnZ2d@mozilla.org:

    > When I log on to Internet Explorer, homepage comes up, then
    > zaps away -- poof. Is this a new default Firefox has added?
    > How do I fix?


    FireFox has no effect on IE whatsoever.



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  3. Re: Can't log on to IE, post-upgrade

    jamesareeves@bellsouth.net wrote:
    > When I log on to Internet Explorer, homepage comes up, then zaps away --
    > poof. Is this a new default Firefox has added? How do I fix? If any kind
    > person knows, please contact me at:
    >
    > ohmemercylard@yahoo.com
    >
    > (the only email address I can currently access).
    >
    > Thanks!
    >
    >

    what is the connection between FF and IE? I mean, what makes you
    think Firefox is causing the problem to IE?

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