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'error on page' at bottom of browser window & certain page

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Hi - We had quite a few power surges one day, and my internet connection stopped working after this (don't know if it's coincidental or not - could be a virus or something. not sure?).
I had to contact my IP, and then re-enter my IP address, and HTTP Proxy address and port, as they were no longer there.
Once I got it up & running again some of my pages were no longer working properly. They are formatted incorrectly, very basically with no pictures or anything. I installed service pack 3, and played around with cookies and my firewall, which improved things for most pages - but I am still having problems with a lot of them. I have two hotmail accounts - one works absolutely fine - the other is having problems - as soon as I log in it tells me I have an error with my cookies. I have followed all the instructions they give me, but it still keeps happening. If I get past this page, I have to click on 'try the classic version' to open my account, as it won't open the other way. Once I get into my account I can see my mail, but cannot open any of it.
Also, my facebook is playing up. I can see everything fine, but cannot write on walls, view my friend list, accept/ignore anything, or even send a help message to facebook.
As I said before, a lot of my other pages are working as normal.
Can anybody help????
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Try running ATF Cleaner
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