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Zimmer

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I can't do anything with my browser, it's working slowly, and new windows coming to my screen...
What the problem... d***..
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austin_o

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what brower are you referring to (IE, Firefox etc???)
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one lose your language. two run these programs.

Ad-aware SE www.lavasoft.com
Spybot - Search and Destroy 1.3
AVG Anti-virus www.grisoft.com

and lastly and do not run until others are finished. hijackthis

your browser will fly afterwards
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Best advice i could ever give you www.Firefox.com . Best brouser i have found. NO ADWARE AND SPYWARE... like maybe one or 2 popups every so often. GREAT pluging for brousing. But if you Really like IE like 100's of other people Use the lightinghawks advice. that will clean you right up. But still think about switching.. LOL
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kazantip

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You have adware I am sure. Win guys helped my mom recently – go [link removed] - and ask them for free support, they must do that as per their service description. I am sending 3rd person there already, they must pay me as good referral lol

Edited by admin, 04 April 2005 - 09:41 AM.

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Your link has been removed kazantip. From our Terms of Service:

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Zimmer, have you tried the suggestions in this topic?
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