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  Manager Icon Byron_Hinson[AW]

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1/18/2002 12:37:39 PM


I take it that this is happening even when you are online?
  User Icon Roen

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7/4/2007 10:30:23 AM


    QUOTE:

    Originally Posted by Jesters101:
    I am currently runninf windows 2000, and have been having this same problem for weeks now. I have tried every single fix that I have seen on this forum and no fix, I still get those freaking boxes to connect. Any other ideas would be welcome. Thanks

    I am also on verizon dsl as well.


  User Icon Roen

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7/4/2007 10:35:41 AM


    QUOTE:

    Originally Posted by Jesters101:
    I am currently runninf windows 2000, and have been having this same problem for weeks now. I have tried every single fix that I have seen on this forum and no fix, I still get those freaking boxes to connect. Any other ideas would be welcome. Thanks

    I am also on verizon dsl as well.



Hi I am with you. Our situation is almost identical. Tried all of these fixes from here with absolutely no result. Tried additional Adaware & AVG that did find trojan dialers BUT still were unable to remove the annoyance " workoffline"
  User Icon Black Knight

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Newbie (1 Posts)

8/27/2007 11:59:42 AM


I have the same problem of sorts. When I log onto IE, the computer automatically defaults me to Work Offline. I believe that the fixes mentioned in these posts will fix the situation, but I am also unsure of how to create the strings of "LoadSens"="auto" "LoadLCE"="auto" . Can someone talk me through this?
  User Icon Grant C

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Newbie (1 Posts)

9/27/2007 3:59:27 PM


Hi Black Knight, try this:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q180946/

  User Icon LDBeshear

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Newbie (1 Posts)

1/4/2008 8:55:32 PM


I found another fix after researching the Work Offline problem at Microsoft's Technet. Basically, a small program called mobsync.exe (also has a .dll of the same name) causes the problem when saving the status of Internet connection after an alteration. You have to go into your Registry (WARNING: You should be very careful in making registry changes and prior to any modification you should make a full backup. I use "regedit" in the Run box of the start menu then I select the Registry menu from the top of the regedit window and select Export Registry File. Before saying okay enter a name for the file and select the "All" button in the Export Range box at the bottom of the export registry file window). Once the registry is done exporting itself (this can take awhile - please be patient), you need to go to HKEY_Current_Config. Drill down to Software->Microsoft->Windows->CurrentVersion->InternetSettings . Under InternetSettings there is an entry called EnableAutodial . This value gets corrupted from the proper Reg_DWORD type to Reg_Binary. You need to replace the EnableAutodial Reg_Binary with a DWORD using the identical name "EnableAutodial" with 0 as the Hexidecimal Value Data. I renamed the EnableAutodial Reg_Binary to EnableAutodialOld and then used the Edit pull down menu to add a New DWORD Value named EnableAutodial with 0 as the hexidecimal Value Data. These modifications are not for the faint of heart and if done incorrectly they may cause great harm to your computer. I do not know if just deleting the Reg_Binary version of EnableAutodial will also work since I went for the replacement. Apparently this is a know issue and you can find a page detailing the problem at the following link:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315315

This corrected my problems on a Windows 2000 SP4+ machine running IE6 (fully patched) since the settings for LoadSens and LoadLCE were at the "auto" setting. Good Luck!
  User Icon areyarestless

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Newbie (2 Posts)

1/21/2008 3:26:16 PM


Major problems with etower 500is -
answers have been great - after I hunted you down via google search

I was having this same problem - problem resolved!
Thank you for your help!- No More POP UP! yippee

Now I have new problem-
whenever I open IE it goes to a wine site -
I have attempted to change by- ie->Tools->internet options->homepage
and change address there

as well as right click IE ->properties->

everytime I turn off computer - it goes back to this wine page
I like wine but not that much

Where can I go to disable and change page besides the two options I listed above....
also :
how do I get rid of those pesky listings in my msconfig that I unchecked ? is there a way to delete the ones I know I do not need....???

Thanks in advance

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until next time -
take care of you and yours
Areya?

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