#1 posted November 15, 2000 at 4:00pm (EDT)
Hey guys! Sorry to be a pest, but is there any way i could get this damn Juno ad off? Im using Juno and i can't play multiplayer games cause the ad stillstays there when i try to load! Is there any way of cracking it off somehow....and yeah i know i can buy junmo web and get the ad bar off...but i don't wanna pay that much for soem crappy service.....so please....someone help.....i would greatly apperciate it....later
#2 posted November 15, 2000 at 11:14pm (EDT)If you think Juno is a crappy service, why not switch your ISP?
#3 posted November 15, 2000 at 11:33pm (EDT)Cause he is POOR!
El_Hefe, if you like free ISP's, get an ISP with a Docked ad banner.
Juno uses the floting ad banners, so nomatter what it is allways in your way.The docked systems makes the banner stick to the top of your screen scrunching everything down...and it dosent effect multyplayer games like starcraft, or even the Netplay mode of ZSNES.Try Altavista,Netzero,Lycos,Bluelight Ect.
Altavista is the best because it dosent use much ram,its easy to use, and its as free as watching TV on a saturday.But,it has a pesky "Click here if you want to stay online"if you have been idle for to long.
#4 posted November 16, 2000 at 8:29am (EDT)hey Mike, yeah there is a way to get rid of it. GO to http://rasspy.gq.nu/ GO there and d/l the cracker to your isp directory. Its really easy to use, just make sure you read the README.TXT file.
#5 posted November 16, 2000 at 6:59pm (EDT)Hey, don't make fun of the guy because he used a free IPS. I use one sometime too!
#6 posted November 16, 2000 at 7:36pm (EDT)thanks DT, but i think Rubei was just joking, or adleast i hope so.....and there is nothing wrong with using free ISP....
#7 posted November 16, 2000 at 9:58pm (EDT)I agree Free ISPs are just as good as the ones you have to pay for. I would never pay for dial up service. I always used free ISPs until I got my cable modem.
Just a word of warning. The company that Alta Vista and Lycos use, 1stup.com is going to close it's doors soon. It was anounced by CMGI it's parent company. They want to get out of businesses that rely on advertising revenue only, since they haven't proven to be profitable (besides yahoo and a couple others).
#8 posted November 17, 2000 at 7:37am (EDT)Hey, if you guys want a free isp that has NO ad banners of any kind, try Divers Infree. Click on this link to dwnld the installation software.
#9 posted November 24, 2000 at 8:34am (EDT)u pepole that use a free isp are beond help
#10 posted November 24, 2000 at 12:23pm (EDT)Can you put that in English please?
#11 posted November 28, 2000 at 9:46pm (EDT)TOP!