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Internet Explorer help

When I start my IE, there are always some annoy ADs pop up. Even when I set my start page to blank, the ADs pop up again and again. It seems my IE has been changed by some software. Below is the source code added to the blank page.
<SCRIPT>

     function doNetDetect() {
        saOC.NETDetectNextNavigate();
          document.execCommand('refresh');
          }

function initPage()
{
    document.body.insertAdjacentHTML("afterBegin","<object id=saOC CLASSID='clsid:B45FF030-4447-11D2-85DE-00C04FA35C89' HEIGHT=0 width=0></object>");
}
The question is how can I delete or remove this thing from my IE?

Thanks
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daxu
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lrmooreCommented:

Download and run SpyBot and/or Adaware6
Spybob:
http://security.kolla.de/
Adaware6:
http://www.lavasoftusa.com

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TigerCCommented:
Go to find or search if your on xp, and type ie.inf..and make sure that you are hidden files and folders and for system files.  It should come up with 1 found in the c:/windows/ directory area. Once you find it right click it and choose install...once that finishes restart the computer and try it out.  If it still doesn't work try going to run and type in "MSCONFIG" then go to the startup tab and choose disable all, apply, then close, and it will ask you to restart and restart it.  And with those two you should be good to go, Hope it helps.
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SunBowCommented:
That's a good start. Done?
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daxuAuthor Commented:
Sorry No.
I did all the things. Download ,run all the software, reinstall IE. Finially I use msconfig to disable all things. But the AD is still there. Are there any other possibilities?
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daxuAuthor Commented:
Problem solved!

Hi,
I finially solved this problem by downloading  yesterday's update from spybob.
The troublemaker is cydoor. The software installed two dlls in my system32 dir.

Thanks
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lrmooreCommented:
Good to hear!
Can you close out the question now?
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daxuAuthor Commented:
Can you tell me how to close it?
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bruceb7Commented:
Thanks lrmoore I downloaded both of those programmes and ran them both, they new adware 6.0 was quite good.

Nice one :)

Daxu, on lrmoore's post there should be a link that says "Accept comment as answer" this will award him the points for giving you the answer (and helping the rest of us out in the prosess)
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bruceb7Commented:
Thanks lrmoore I downloaded both of those programmes and ran them both, they new adware 6.0 was quite good.

Nice one :)

Daxu, on lrmoore's post there should be a link that says "Accept comment as answer" this will award him the points for giving you the answer (and helping the rest of us out in the prosess)
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