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    How do i stop the adverts on mypremium.tv i get sick of hearing other programmes in the background & sometimes they are louder than the thing i want to watch.
    I cant seem to close or locate the source of the sound.
    It p##ses me off so much in the end i have to just switch it off but sometimes it is the only stream available.

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    Get Adblocker....

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    Quote Originally Posted by PremierStreams View Post
    Get Adblocker....
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    adblock is the best.try it

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    I use AdBlock Plus for firefox

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    I use BT Net Protect Plus, by McAfee.

    When I visit MyPremiumTv.... I get this message on a warning page......

    ( 'http://mypremium.tv/stream/?id=278&1328014167 may be risky to visit.

    Why were you redirected to this page?

    When we visited this site, we found it exhibited one or more risky behaviors').

    What's risky about this site? It's mostly the only site I get warnings about. So I avoid it.

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    No risks at all! Check by yourself with VirusTotal.
    FreeIPTVforFreePeople

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    Thanks algi, I checked with your link and with 'www.mypremium.tv', it showed Detection Ratio, 1/11. 9 said clean site, 1 said malware site and 1 said unrated site.

    With the link I posted in original post, ( http://mypremium.tv/stream/?id=278&1328014167 ). It showed Detection Ratio, 0/19, All saying 'Clean Site'.

    So it appears, by your link, that mypremium is safe. But when I visit whatever site I visit, my McAfee symbol next to the address bar will be green for safe, (like wiziwig for example).

    If I visit a site with medium risks, the symbol goes orange. A site not rated will show a grey symbol.

    But for high risk sites, the symbol goes Red!... Which is what happens with mypremium!

    When I've scanned my comp, nothing has showed up for a couple of months, but I did used to get some tracking cookies, (whatever they are), although low risk, I've no idea where they came from.... But as I've said, I've not had tracking cookies detected for a couple of months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by algi View Post

    LOL It came free with the set up we got with BT. I think I should shell out some money for a real one.

    Your link was very useful however for another matter. A feature at the bottom of the page that reminded me,........ 'Mothers Day' is approaching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHurtLocker873 View Post
    LOL It came free with the set up we got with BT. I think I should shell out some money for a real one.

    Your link was very useful however for another matter. A feature at the bottom of the page that reminded me,........ 'Mothers Day' is approaching.
    Don't shell out even a penny!Just use Panda Cloud and SpyBot.That's all!
    FreeIPTVforFreePeople

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    Thanks for the tip, but it appears my comp is ok. I installed a free microsoft anti virus programme that's valid for 10 days, and give a full scan, and it found nothing. Also scanned with windows defender and my McAfee also found nothing. So I'm clean, if these are anything to go by. I had a look at the panda cloud but didn't download it, but will bare it mind for the future.

    Meanwhile; Yahoo has a list of various free anti virus programmes here.... http://uk.search.yahoo.com/search?cs...tts-702&fr2=ps

    Again I will bare these in mind for future reference.

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