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Several options come to mind, and I am not a computer genius so bear with me. First, when you first start your computer, and it loads with the logo you should have a brief period to open what is called the 'boot menu'... you have options there. Secondly, check, and triplecheck your spelling ...

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AOL Parental Controls Won't Let Me Block Specified Websites

One thing you might want to check into is a browser-based parental control. I know in firefox, you can 'ban' a site, I think in google Chrome as well. both of those a free browsers like Internet Explorer, just from different companies and you can get to them with a small download. Also, a lot of ...