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Internet Explorer/Firefox problems

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I had some trojan problems previously, but thanks to this site was able to diagnose the problem and get my computer working again.

However, i know seem to have other problems and i believe it could be malware that was left behind from the last problems.

Basically, the internet connection is fine, but when i try to use Internet Explorer or Firefox i have either no connection or incredibly slow connection. Generally, with IE, i get no reaction at all. Firefox will find some sites, but operates very slowly.

Could it be a conflict issue between IE and Firefox or should i run hijack this and report back with the log?

I should also point out that the computer does restart itself every now and then, which is usually a sure fire symptom of malware i believe?

Edited by cleanprophet, 15 October 2008 - 08:28 AM.

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