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IE6 - Unwanted default browser

Every time I search for a web site and it is unavailable, I get what appears to be a psuedo default site appearing called Internet Optimizer powered by
Yoogee.com. This does not occur with any specific site, it is random.
Have run SpyBot and still the problem occurs, any ideas out there?

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Re:IE6 - Unwanted default browser

look here
Look under Program Files; There should be a folder that calls 'Internet Optimizer'.
In this folder there is a file that calls 'optimize.exe'.
Now go to your Task Manager, processes and de-activate (End Process) the process optimize.
Go back to the folder 'Internet Optimizer' and delete optimize.exe.
Delete also the folder 'Internet Optimizer'.
Yoogee will be gone for good!

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Re:IE6 - Unwanted default browser

Thanks Mark, lateral thinking went out of the window yesterday, optimizer exe uninstalled.

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