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frigate13

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Hello,

Hope I am able to access your answer. My wife downloaded something called DaFonts, on the advice of her niece. She found that with this "free" download she got a lot of other things downloaded as well. She uninstalled DaFonts, and deleted all of the other stuff. However, now we can't access the Internet (I am writing this from our laptop). When we hit the "e" Internet button, instead of going to her usual web page, the computer tries to go to my freeze. However, we get the response that "This Page Cannot Be Displayed." When we try to get on other sites, we get the same response. We have AVG anti-virus, and I ran the scan, and it said we did not have a virus (we recently got rid of My Doom). Before this, my wife ran AdAware and Spybot, and apparently the following came up as not being able to be deleted: golden palace casino, gain gator, z demon, bonzi buddy, etc.

I saw another post on this site where you suggested downloading something and running it. My problem is that we cannot get on the internet? Any suggestions?

Sorry for the length of this e-mail, but I figure the more info you know, the more likely you are to solve the problem.

frigate13
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