Narwee Signalbox - Saucy Sightings
#11
I think we be needing a photo (or a link to) the view offered by the 'signal box' Wink
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#12
In the absence of a camera, I hope this NearMap image will suffice.
Visitors always welcome.


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#13
Great Screeny there Brad. Can't help but note the impressive amount of Browser Help Objects you're running there. None of them would be harmful, would they?

Anyhoo, looks like you have a great view there!
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#14
I'd be really sus of that "Brothersoft" toolbar. I've actually found the Yahoo! toolbar to be a common cause of IE crashes. Try to stay away from useless BHOs myself...
Graham R - Dalby Qld
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#15
(14-Apr-2011, 08:49 PM)Mick Wrote: Great Screeny there Brad. Can't help but note the impressive amount of Browser Help Objects you're running there. None of them would be harmful, would they?

Anyhoo, looks like you have a great view there!

Mick, as always, would appreciate you internet expertise on getting rid of anything you may feel be not a good thing.
&quot;I think people should be free to engage in any sexual practices they choose; they should draw the line at goats though.&quot; <br />Elton John
All the filthy Aussie Rail info at http://locoshed.blogspot.com
Check out the Philippine Railway Historical Society. http://philippine-railways.blogspot.com
#16
Alas, from yesterday it seems the diversions have finished for now and we are again back to our riviting diet of S, R, T, M and C sets.
Tomorrow its back down south for something more wonderful.
&quot;I think people should be free to engage in any sexual practices they choose; they should draw the line at goats though.&quot; <br />Elton John
All the filthy Aussie Rail info at http://locoshed.blogspot.com
Check out the Philippine Railway Historical Society. http://philippine-railways.blogspot.com
#17
(15-Apr-2011, 12:02 PM)PNR5004 Wrote:
(14-Apr-2011, 08:49 PM)Mick Wrote: Great Screeny there Brad. Can't help but note the impressive amount of Browser Help Objects you're running there. None of them would be harmful, would they?

Anyhoo, looks like you have a great view there!

Mick, as always, would appreciate you internet expertise on getting rid of anything you may feel be not a good thing.

While not presuming to tell you how to run your computer, I would personally remove anything from Brothersoft, Zynga, and anything that has a button with some sort of money offer on it. But I'd be surprised if any of those would actually allow you to relinquish their hold on your browser easily. Some of those are likely to put up a bit of a fight. Have you run a "Spybot search and destroy" scan on your computer? You'd also need to run another Malware detector, but it's name escapes me now, because it's been so long since I've had to worry about that stuff.

However the simplest thing to do is to quietly retire IE, and install the latest Firefox (very awesome) or Google Chrome.
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(15-Apr-2011, 04:10 PM)Mick Wrote: You'd also need to run another Malware detector, but it's name escapes me now.

I would use Malware Bytes Anti-Malware (MBAM). But the first step would be to go to Add/Remove Programs and uninstall anything you don't need/want/like.
Graham R - Dalby Qld
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#19
Provided such programs respect the wishes of the add/remove command.

Also, Spybot (I seem to recall) has some pretty good start up tweaks. It conveniently lists the suspect HBO's and you can disable them by simply ticking a box.
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(15-Apr-2011, 10:03 PM)Mick Wrote: Provided such programs respect the wishes of the add/remove command.

Also, Spybot (I seem to recall) has some pretty good start up tweaks. It conveniently lists the suspect HBO's and you can disable them by simply ticking a box.

Many thanks Mick, I shall check out Spybot.
Think I have managed to remove some of it anyway.

On another unrelated note, was talking to the Colonel yesterday (not surprising as we were couped up together in a steamy car all day) and we will both be getting into the Phils section of the stations website this week when I return to Narwee box.
&quot;I think people should be free to engage in any sexual practices they choose; they should draw the line at goats though.&quot; <br />Elton John
All the filthy Aussie Rail info at http://locoshed.blogspot.com
Check out the Philippine Railway Historical Society. http://philippine-railways.blogspot.com


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