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    content advisor

    Each time I log on to the internet I have to rest my contents advisor so that I can see all sites irrespective of content. I have tried all the methods as per help screens and books. Still no luck. Each time the sign "Please check content advisor for missing information. Click the Tools Menu and then click Internet Options. On the Content Tab, check the Content Advisor settings" I guess a file is corrupted. Can anyone help?
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    ileacy
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    Re: content advisor

    Try the procedures in this star post.

    It should completely disable content advisor.

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