Why would Internet Explorer provided by Blueyonder keep popping up if your ISP is AOL?
The Internet Explorer title window is often changed by various internet service providers when you install their software. That change will remain until you edit the registry and remove it. The following is a link to the Microsoft Knowledge Base article that will give you instructions for removing that or changing it to whatever you want. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/176497/EN-US/
I believe that these errors only occur under Firefox, so one alternative is to use a different browser. The only problem is that many web sites officially support only Internet Explorer and Firefox, and Internet Explorer has its own problems. You could use a third party browser, like Crazy Browser, and then open Firefox only when a web site tells you it requires Internet Explorer or Firefox.
If you have a free version of an antivirus program, it is most likely solved by buying the paid version, or de-installing the antivirus program. If you suffer from pop-ups while using your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer) you can disable pop-ups. As the browser you use is not mentioned, specific instructions are impossible and you are referred to the Help of your browser software
You recently changed the spark plugs and plug wires on your 97 Explorer XLT 4x4 now you have no power and there is popping sounds coming from the engine you put the old plug wires back on and still sa?
You want to know what could be causing the popping noise in the front end of your 1995 ford explorer xlt 4WD?
What would make a 1991 ford explorer make a popping noise when you hit the brakes or go over a rough road?
The water heater is most likely popping because of lime or seditment buildup in the tank. Depending on the age of the water heater, it may still have some service life yet, but flushing of the water heater may be required. I'm currently going through this myself and a quick internet search of "water heater flush" gave a lot of insight. Hope this helps.
Are turtle beach x41's worth the money also whats with the popping noise you have heard about from peoples reviews on bestbuy.com?
I think they are worth the money, you should get rechargeable batteries though because it really tears through them. The popping sound only occurs for me when I am close to my laptop, it is caused by interference with the wireless Internet. So one way to avoid that is move the headset and the receiver away from any wireless devices or phones.