@burnout426 said in Uninstall Opera makes Microsoft Excel 2013 not working Properly:
For testing, you could delete Opera-related keys/strings one by one while testing after each delete to see if you can narrow it down. I'd start with the StartMenuInternet ones.
Opera Stable string in "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\RegisteredApplications"
Opera Stable string (if it's there) in "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\RegisteredApplications"
Opera Stable key (if it's there) in "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Clients\StartMenuInternet"
(There could be multiple keys that when deleted trigger a fix (because the deletion breaks an association), but it's worth a try.)
I'd also look at "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT" and check the extension keys for any extension that might be handled by Excel/Office (like .xls/.doc etc.) and check their OpenWithProgram IDs or Persistent handler IDs to see if Opera (or its ID (do a search for the id)) is listed there. I'd also look for excel-related keeys in "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT".
It will take a while to test, but i think it's worth the try. I will keep you in touch of the progress
@zalex108 I have encountered the sites blocking the VPN before, but without agreeing with their views, I could understand and accept them. In this case, I am running into sites that simply disallow non-USA IP addresses due to GDPR.
Look at this post and threat.
Follow the signature's BackUp link to find out paths and other related settings.
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Seems to be resolved when using Opera on a different machine, though last time I tried it at home I was still getting the booking.com ads in the bar even after restarting the browser several times. I'll give it a try again when I get home later today.
@nonnox15 Have you tried with the VPN on? Some times a site is blocked due to a browser's IP address. I've had that happen to me a lot due to stupid FIOS assigning me IP's that were listed on all kinds of blacklists and they couldn't be changed no matter what due to Verizon's inept tech support. Also it could be your Antivirus as well. I suggest you see if you can exclude the blocked sites from your AV. If none of this works, then it's probably the site itself and there's nothing you can do until the site admins fix the problem.
This is fixed in 53.0.2907.106
Before when I scrolled, it was only grabbing part of it.
Got the answer here, in a dupe post:
For some reason that post showed up in the results of my "snapshot" search, but not this one.
If you connect directly to a (wired) network then Opera has to guess your location; if you have wi-fi then Opera looks at the list of hotspots your computer can see and asks Google where those would put you, And of course if you have some sort of cellular data card your carrier can tell them exactly where you are.
Last time I used my wired connection (ethernet) to my LAN they had me pinned at the local reservoir, about 4 miles away. On my laptop (wi-fi) they have me within 100 feet.