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How to remove IE web page after disconnecting?

This is a discussion on How to remove IE web page after disconnecting? within the Tech Support forums, part of the Knight Online (ko4life.com) category; Originally Posted by 3ffusi0on where ? in general IE folder ? Yeah, I just added " .x " at the ...
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    Lurking in the Dark Senior Member MercyfulFate's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3ffusi0on View Post
    where ? in general IE folder ?
    Yeah, I just added ".x" at the end of the title and it worked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3ffusi0on View Post
    where ? in general IE folder ?
    man why you just dont try that out , how many ie.exe files you have on your comp? yes should be in general one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheewa1 View Post
    man why you just dont try that out , how many ie.exe files you have on your comp? yes should be in general one...
    lol that the problem xD : i have 0 iexplorer.exe files !! xD

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    well, I think that it's called iexplore.exe :P

    C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer

    should be here

    not sure tho, didn't try it :P

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    yeah i dont hav a clue how to change the ie.exe lol

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    Go my computer, main drive, program files, internet explorer, at the top click TOOL, FOLDER OPTIONS, VIEW.....now scroll down and check "SHOW HIDDEN FILES AND FOLDERS", then go down a lil more and uncheck "HIDE EXTENSION FOR KNOWN FILE TYPES" this is for windows xp. since if your not seeing any ie.exe, that means it's hiding extensions. If you need more detail directions than this, your f'ing hopeless lol.

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    i fking hate that web page it always freezes for me when i close it before letting the page load >.<

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    Well if you use google chrome or another web browser, then you can rename the extension so it doesn't load after ko is closed. since PUS uses IE to open, not sure if your PUS will also stop working, but it's easy once you have followed the directions to change it back and forth as needed.

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