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My computer is running very slow.


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patton2006

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Can someone please help me clean up my system. It is running slow and acting funny. My cursor is slow following the mouse. My text typing line blinks off sequence.

Last night I opened Internet Explorer and it opened 47 times at one double click. I think it would have kept opening new pages if I would not have disconnected the network cable.

Any help from a geekstogo staff member would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.
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the modraters here are great but it sounds like you are infected with a virus
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Is there any reason my symantec antivirus corporate edition software pick up this virus. I keep my antivirus updated and run anti spyware programs regularly.
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Hijack Scan Attached

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ok so your up to update......
do you have this update KB908531 if you do remove it in your add n remove programs.
its been causing problems.
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How often do you defragment your computer or run your disk clean-up


go to start and click star click run type in prefetch
then click edit
right click any file click delete
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Are you sure you typed? Just checking. I do not have that up date. I only have one KB90... update. The remaining are KB89.....

I posted a hijack report on a previous reply to this post. Have you seen that?
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Have you considered up-grading to service pack two

it has more security updates just a couple of them can be removed or not accepted.
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I have not. How do I view what service pack I am using? Do you recommend this and what do I do about the problem updates in includes?
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right click on my computer and look at general tab

you should see what type of service pack you have

how much memory or RAM you have you should see that there too.



upgrading you do that when you go to microsoft updates youll see SP2 there
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Do you defragment your computer
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