ESPN Toolbar: Frequently Asked Questions
I installed the ESPN Toolbar, but it doesn't show up?
Right click the Toolbar/Link area in Internet Explorer, and make sure the there is a check mark next to ESPN Toolbar.
If the ESPN Toolbar is not listed, you will need to double check the install and/or re-install.
The ESPN Toolbar is a component of ESPN Runtime, listed in the Windows Add/Remove Programs control panel.
Can I move the Toolbar?
You will need to right click the Toolbar area of Internet Explorer and uncheck the box, "Lock the Toolbars." After that, you will be able to drag the ESPN Toolbar to a new location.
I meet the system requirements but I don't see an option to download?
The ESPN Toolbar can be downloaded directly here: http://att-motion.espn.go.com/digstream/runtime/ESPNRunTimeSetup.exe
How Do I uninstall?
The Toolbar is a component of ESPN Runtime, chose the option to uninstall this, and you will be able to disable or uninstall the ESPN Toolbar.
Does the Toolbar install spyware?
No. The ESPN Toolbar is part of ESPN Runtime though, and as such also loads files that support ESPN Motion, if it is enabled.
Are you going to produce a Firefox version?
There are not currently plans to support and Macintosh or Firefox version of the ESPN Toolbar.
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