jaykaykay4 Ever YoungPremium,MVM
reply to KeysCapt
Re: search certified toolbar I presume that none of the suggested ways worked for you?
follow these steps:
1. Uninstall Certified Toolbar from your computer: For that, click 'Start menu' -> 'Control Panel' -> 'Uninstall a Program' or 'Add/Remove Programs' and choose 'Uninstall' button if you see the certified toolbar in the list.
2. Remove Search.certified-toolbar.com from your browsers:
Open IE -> Tools -> Internet Option -> General tab.Enter Google or other address to make it the default start page.
Open Mozilla Firefox, go to Tools -> Options -> General -> Startup. Now select 'Show a blank page' when Firefox Starts or set a certain website, like Google or similar.
Open Google Chrome, click on wench icon, go to settings and choose 'Manage search engines'. Change search engine to google or other and delete Certified toolbar from the list. Then Go to section “On start” and make sure you get blank page while creating new tab.
Additionally, we recommend running a full system scan with reputable anti-spyware if you haven't installed Certified Toolbar by yourself.
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You presume correctly.
All of those steps were unsuccessful. I get the impression that maybe this thing has been altered since those steps were posted since it never showed up either in any browser add-on area or in the Windows remove program dialogue.