PC Advisor in IE Address Bar

  F1Chris 16:17 24 Sep 2005

I can't stop PC Advisor appearing in my IE address bar when I type in www.p - up it pops.

It doesn't appear when I use the arrow to open up the address bar history.

I've cleared out my Temporary Internet Cache (including offline content). Deleted ALL my Cookies. Gone to IE Options > Content Tab and cleared out my Auto Complete History.

Lastly, I've gone into the registry to CurrentUser > Software > Microsoft > InternetExplorer > Typed URLs... and there is nothing there to remove.

Every other address is cleared except PC Advisor and the BBC Celebdaq page. I know I can just stop using auto-complete but that doesn't explain why when everything else is deleted, I still end up with these 2 addresses.

I presumed it was a corrupted cookie but since they're all deleted, where else can I look to remove these 2 website traces?

I'm using XP Pro, IE6, Virus, Trojan, Spyware free (as far as I can tell)

This isn't a major issue for me, it's just annoying me that I can't solve it.

  woodchip 16:26 24 Sep 2005

What you are trying to do is clear all the crumbs out of your bed!!!!!as they are not nice to lay on

  powerless 16:35 24 Sep 2005

Have you deleted your index.dat file?

  VoG II 16:48 24 Sep 2005

Run CleanUp! click here

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