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Alright. My other computer is screwed up like none other. She's been through a lot. At one point in her history, explorer always had 100% CPU Usage so I always ended that process and I had to run EVERYTHING through windows task manager. Somehow I conquered that by downloading random Spyware deleters and Virus Deleters. I now use Ad-Aware 6.0, Sbybot S&B, Norton AntiVirus, and some other spyware files as well. The days of explorer taking up 100% CPU usage are over but I still have other problems. One problem (I do believe) happened right around after this. Whenever I press Control + Alt + Delete, the taskmanager used to blink for about half a second and then dissapear. Actually, whenever I moved my mouse after it opened, it vanished. The other problem has been there since the beggining. Ever since day 1, there has been nothing viewable in User Accounts and I cannot add a password to my account or anything. I believe that this other problem is related to this somehow. Back in the day, I used IE. Everything java related, would not work. Believe me, I downloaded all of the platforms and everything. I switched to Mozilla Firefox and those problems were gone, but that doesn't change the fact that there is still an error. I believe that might have something to do with the User Accounts also showing up blank. Please reply and give me some guidance. If you want a Hijack This log, tell me that in the reply (I'm currently on a different computer).
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may I suggest you go to the malware section of this formum at
Read the sticky posts at the top and work your way through the suggestions. I suspect you have a virus/trojan/malware problem. If you get through the posted guides in the malware forum and still have problems, post the hijack this log there. Good luck.
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