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relic00

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please help, i suddenly am getting non- stop popup ads... have spybot, have run adaware 27 times, and nothing works. every time i run adaware, something new shows up, even when i run it over and over. not only that, the same reg problem shows up w/ adaware even after i delete it.?? any ideas?
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Hi Relic,

Welcome to Geeks 2 go.

If you kindly download Hijack this from the following link.

Install it into a new folder (for example C/HJT).

Run the program and copy the full log result that it creates and then post it back into this thread, then we can start to assist you with your problems

Regards,


Usetobe :tazz:
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Guest_usetobe_*

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OOPS,

FORGOT YOUR LINK :tazz:


Link for Hijack this
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logan312

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You may want to consider not using IE, and give firefox a try. Most people find that you get a lot less psyware issues when using an alternative browser.
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austin_o

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once you get it cleaned up, use the immunize option on spybot. It stops a lot of malicious stuff. I use Firefox for most of my browsing, but some sites require IE. You have to be real vigilant in keeping spyware, trojans, virus etc at bay. I use ad aware, spybot and norton. I scan with each on a regular basis.
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