thanks a lot for this solution,i was lost in between to fix this but finally i got it right.thanks once more a lot
Your welcome TimmyTommya5, and welcome to Vista Forums.
Which part were you lost at so that I can update it to make it easier?
its just where i have to download it from,it was 2 options and it didnt specify if it was vista or wxp,so i got the first one and it didnt work,then i took the second option instead,most times itd kind of difficult to get it done becos my pc is on swedish and i am trying to change my ie7 head name now and now am facing same prob...
If you are wanting to change the IE7 title bar name, this should help you.
Internet Explorer Title Bar
I have been there shawn,but the things in there didnt correspond with what i have on here,its just a different thing enterely, i dont want to do some thing that will destroy any thing on my computer more..
but what i have on it i mean the bar is windows explorer provided by yahoo,and that sucks!
but the biggest problem i have right now is that when ever i restart my computer i have to download a new flash player 9,i cant watch yahoo music videos and more on yahoo but with msn its no problem to see videos,but on yahoo i have to download each time i come on my pc,what can i do and on the ADOBE FLASH PLAYER & PLUGIN ITS (red X )SIGN ON IT.this is been a big problem for me,also my history bar is gone for over 4months now. a lot of problem Shawn.
I would not mess with the IE7 title bar then. It's probably from a program you installed from Yahoo. (EX: Toolbar)
For the Adobe Flash Player, see if running the uninstaller program, restart the computer, then reinstalling the Adobe Flash Player will help.
How to uninstall the Adobe Flash Player plug-in and ActiveX control
Adobe Flash Player:
Hope this helps,
I have done this every time,it doesnt help the problem at all.when i uninstall and re install its ok but the red sign on the flash player in the download files in the control panel still remains,thats why i have to remove and downlaod all the times,if i can get rid of the red sign on it then thís problem will not persist any more.
I'm afraid I'm at a loss to Timmy. You might post a separate post in one of the forums or newsgroups for this problem to see if someone that has also experienced this may have a solution for you.
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