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  1. [you], please note, lokoike's sig is not directly aimed at you.

    It nearly caught me out.

    roflmao

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    lokoike aims all his evilness at me. He seems to think I deserve it or something.

    Hufu is an interesting thing. I try to decide if it's real or not and then my brain begins to hurt.

    Some things shouldn't be thought about I guess...

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    You know it's a trick, right? :D

  2. Drive Cleaners | Zappit System Cleaner (Now Freeware) 1.1

    "Zappit System Cleaner cleans up and speeds up your computer. It cleans Windows, Internet Tracks, frees up hard-disk space and optimizes your system. A clean computer runs better and faster and Zappit makes it easy to clean temporary and unused files in just a few seconds with no need to worry about deleting the "wrong" files. Includes a Start-Up Manager and a Favorites and Start Menu Manager. Safe Mode for beginners; Advanced Mode for more options."

    Security | WinGuard Pro 2006 6.4.23

    "WindowsGuard helps you to password protect your programs, windows and web pages in one easy to use application!

    What's more, there is also encrytption for your files and folders. It offers an all-in-one security solution for your computer.

    With extra features to lock the boot keys, task keys, software installations and internet access. This is the free edition download, however there is an option to upgrade to the Premium Edition for $19.95."

    Appearance | nHide 2.5.1

    "nHide can quickly and easily hide -- not close -- any open application windows and their taskbar buttons. Just press the user defined hotkey when trouble arises, and when the coast is clear, open nHide, unhide the window and keep playing!

    For added stealth, nHide does not include an entry in the add/remove programs list, but includes an uninstall menu item within the program."

  3. You can use Dial-a-fix's tools to reinstall IE.  If it asks for the cd, simply point it to your i386 folder.

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    Hint: the following is a list of common paths you can pull the requested files from, provided that they are not corrupted:

    * Try the i386 folder on your installation media whenever possible

    * iexplore.exe: C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer

    * iedw.exe: C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer

    * html32.cnv: C:\Program FIles\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\TextConv

    * dhtmled.ocx: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Triedit

    * mswrd632.wpc: C:\Program FIles\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\TextConv

    * install.ins: C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\SIGNUP

    * ieinfo5.ocx: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\MSInfo

  4. Or, you can make it easy on yourself and use DAF to reinstall IE.

    Tools > repair/reinstall IE > GO

    Easy as pie. :PDAF

    EDIT: Tarun and I posted at the same time. :P

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