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Alanaos

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Hi

I ran a clean up, ad-aware, spybot and McAffe scan on my system earlier. Now I've been having trouble:

a. loading web pages

b. viewing images once I do (occasionaly) manage to get into a site. The box with a red X appears in place of images

c. Internet connection is VERY slow.

Any ideas???

Many thanks

Alana. x
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james_8970

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hello and welcome to geekstogo,
your internet will run slower after running clean up! As it's purpose is to remove cookies and temprairy files from your computer. The reason your computer has these files is to speed up you computers internet speed when you reviste the site. In other words the first time you view a site after you run this program it'll be slow, however the next time you do end up running it your computer will have downloaded all the files anew thus creating the faster internet connection that your used to.
As for the red x's please procede to the following URL and let me know if it help's you out with this problem. http://support.micro...om/?kbid=283807
thanx'
James :tazz:
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james_8970

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*note* try what i have said here however wait for your help to come in the malware forum to post back as that may very well be your problem.
thanx
James :tazz:
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