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Bellsouth Parental Control Problem

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#1 brent626


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Posted 28 October 2006 - 03:41 PM

Ok, so here's the problem: Somehow, we have Bellsouth Parental Controls on our computer without ever signing up or installing them. Whenever we start the computer up, a little Parental Control window pops up asking you to login. Here's where the trouble begins, until you login, the Bellsouth Parental Control won't let you use Internet Explorer, but since we didn't register for the Parental Controls, we don't have a login name. To uninstall the Bellsouth Parental Control it asks for a login name as well. We've had this problem before, but it was a couple of years ago so we can't remember how to fix it, but we're pretty sure it had something to do with blsloader.exe. If someone can help us out, it would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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Posted 28 October 2006 - 07:31 PM

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