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when i use google search engine ineed to go to internet options select connections go to settings and remove the tick in use proxy server.so i can surf the web .i have to do this every time ishut down the pc .how do i stop this problem.
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Greetings, msb3862!
  On the settings page, make sure none of the boxes are checked. Username and password should be in the boxes below. Click OK to close the setting page (not x at the corner). Click OK to close the next menu.

When you shutdown, do you shutdown all the way? Or is there a problem shutting down?

Best wishes, war1
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msb3862,
   I have not heard from you? Did my comment help you solve your problem? Do you have any more questions? If I  help you, please accept my answer so that I can get credit.

Thanks, war1
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sorry war1 stillnot solved the problem
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msb3862,
   To fix the proxy server problem, perform a repair Internet Explorer. From Control Panel select Add/Remove Programs. Scroll down to Microsoft Internet Explorer and highlight it. Click on the Add/Remove button. When the IE Tools menu comes up, select Repair. Click OK.

If repairing does not work, uninstall and reinstall IE. At the same IE Tools menu, select "Restore the previous Windows configuration". Then reinstall Internet Explore.
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been to add/remove no microsoft internet explorer in there  
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war1,
   Copy the following to your Start > Run box

rundll32 setupwbv.dll,IE6Maintenance C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\Uninstall Information\W2KEXCP.EXE /u

Then you can get the IE Tools menu.
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tried your last comment recieved error in setup wbv.dll missing entry IE6maintenance
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msb3862,
   First check and see why when you un-check the proxy server, it comes back. Go to Internet Options > Connection page again. Click on "Settings".  un-check everything there, including proxy server. Click on "LAN Settings". Make sure everything is unchecked there. Are you able to connect and surf the web? Reboot. Are you able to surf?

If you still have the problem, temporarily disable any Norton programs.

If you still have the problem, reinstall Internet Explorer. Go to the C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer. Click on the setup icon. Reinstall IE.
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thankyou war1
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msb3862, glad I could help!

Best wishes, war1
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