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I need assistance on the following....

After visiting one of the sites on the web, everytime I start Internet Explorer the same site loads as my homepage. I have changed my homepage to <default> <blank> and even wiped out that sitename from the registry, however it reappears as the default homepage and loads during I E startup. Pls help on how to clear out this menace.
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