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when i start up my comp then connect to the net, then go on IE. This annoying pop-up always comes up asking "Is your computer infected with spyware?" u either hav to click yes or no.

I also hav this problem when everytime i open IE, theres this toolbar that always come up onto the bottom of my screen. It is blue and if i click it there will b all these pop ups coming out.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.. :tazz:
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Have you run Adaware, and Spybot?

Adaware: http://www.lavasoft....ftware/adaware/

Spybot: http://www.safer-networking.org/


Please download the latest version of HijackThis (1.99.1) from http://dknoppix.com/.../HijackThis.exe.

Place HijackThis into a permanent folder. To do this:

* Navagate to your C:\ drive.
* Right click inside of the C:\ drive
* A menu with the choice "New" will pop up
* Hover over "New" and select "Folder" from the sub-menu that pops up.
* Rename the Folder HijackThis
* Drag HijackThis into the new folder.

Now open HijackThis, click the "Do a System Scan and Save a Logfile".

A notepad window will pop up. Select the contents of the document, and start a new thread in the "Malware Removal" forum.



Edited by dknoppix, 19 March 2005 - 09:53 AM.

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