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Winbo 32 (DOH)

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[COLOR=red][SIZE=7][B] ;) :tazz: First, I would like to say thank you for this wonderful site. It is a wonderful thing that you are willing to help members with their computer burdens excuse me problems. I found this site by typing in what is winbo32 and it recommended Geeks to Go. So thank you, because I am lost when it comes to computers.

Moreover, I would like to start by saying...Please help me... I have installed the Norton Anti Virus on my computer. I saw that you had helped someone with the winbo32. I have Windows XP. Will your instructions work for me as it worked for them. I can't access the internet because something will not allow me too and I don't know how to clean it up.

Again,I am new to the group and unfamiliar with computers so any information will help. Additionally, you said that there were some things you advise that one does on their own to check their computer and save time. But I can't access the internet for most of these. Will you help me? I check my e-mail through work because the home computer has the Winbo32 DOH window pops up and something restarts it anysuggestion.

I know that you have a life but if you could take the time to help me appreciation would be an understatement.
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this is a trojan horse?

First, try the following:

Look under MANUAL removal
(to end a running task, hit CTRL-ALT-DEL, go to TASK MANAGER, go to PROCESSES tab, select it, then hit end process)

If that fails, please visit the malware forum in my signature
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