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Internet Explorer - Open a new tab it starts with Egreetings Web Search

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Hi,
When I open a new tab in Internet Explorer, it goes to the web page http://ws.infospace.com/egreetings/ws/index

However I cannot locate any settings or programs that have this.  My home page is simply google.

Any suggestions?

Thanks
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download "autoruns.exe" from http://live.sysinternals.com/autoruns.exe
Then go to "internet Explorer" tab...
uncheck the item(s) related to the egreeting web search.
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