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Windows Internet Explorer Access is denied


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Dark Angel 111

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Hello, I have a problem with my Internet Explorer and I hope you can help me fix this. Probably 2 weeks ago I got 2 virus, the same kind, that Mcafee detected and I deleted them then, a couple of days after I deleted the virus I got files were corrupted, so I did a disk check and everything was back to normal, but then again on Christmas Eve another file was corrupted, so I fixed that again on disk check, now every time when I click on an artist link in yahoo music I get a pop up saying access is denied, but when I x out of the error message, it goes to the page. I already checked if I had malware that would be causing the problem, but there is no malware present. So I hope you can help :) . Thanks

Edited by Dark Angel 111, 31 December 2007 - 01:29 PM.

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Malware isn't that easy to remove, especially when you're infected with the bad ones. Look here first to clean your computer, and if it is still dirty, post a HijackThis log in the Malware Removal Forum from my signature.

If your problem still persists, please post back once finished with the HJT log cleaning.

~Kelvin
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