Is there some way that I can stop my computer from searching from the address bar in IE8? I am using Windows XP Pro SP3 and IE8. I have 2 home pages set up (in case that matters). Here is what happens: I type a website address in the address bar and, if I mistype the address, sometimes I get the message: Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage What you can try: Diagnose Connection Problems More information That would be okay with me because then I can look and see that I mistyped the address and I just fix the typo to get to the page I want. But, sometimes it will automatically do some kind of search from the address bar and I'll see something like this in the address bar: http://www.bing.com/search?q=sjadds.com&src=IE-SearchBox&Form=IE8SRC At other times, it will do a similar search but with Comcast instead of Bing (I have Comcast as my ISP). I don't want the address bar to do any kind of search, and I don't want IE8 to change what I originally typed in the address bar. I want it to leave it as is so I can just go back and fix the typo without having to re-enter the entire website address. I have tried going to the Advanced settings in IE8 Tools and turning off search from the address bar, and I have tried removing or disabling search engines from the add-ons. But it won't stop searching from the address bar. Is there anything I can do to get IE8 to NEVER search from the address bar? Thanks.