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Win 2000 shutting down for no apparent reason


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Hello all,
My windows 2000 operating system is a new install about a month or so old, I have been to microsoft and got all the necessary updates for the system, it was all running reasonably good then I did some browsing for something and picked up some ugly's, I have got rid of them to the best of my knoledge useing Ad-Aware se, Spybot remover S/D, Vundofix, and Registry Mechanic, I am no longer getting any pop up windows, my problem now is, while im in yahoo games (Canasta) for no reason my browser shuts down, the message I get is, Explorer has generated errors and will be shut down, even if im only sitting in the room and not playing cards, I am wondering if there is any one here who may be able to help me with this matter, I thank you in advance for any help given, peace and Blessings to you all.

Norm . . .
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Please use the link in my signature and post this topic in the malware forum. Make sure to take all preliminary steps.
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I am sorry I thought I was in the right place seing as I got rid of the spyware I thought it was an operating system problem. Peace.
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No problem. What you did was very good but quite often it's not enough for malware removal and you need an expert guidance. Good luck.
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