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Sagipsal, what is it and how can i remove it ? please Help!

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i am new here and not really sure if i am posting in the right place, so if i am in the wrong place then i apologize :) ,

i am getting really frustrated with my computer :) , i keep getting a pop up browser window to a site called sagipsal, and some times its to other random sites(purchase car tyres etc), my firewall keeps turning itself off and so does my cookie blocker, even though i turn both on, i am using a Windows XP computer and have the original windows firewall and cookie blocker if this helps,I did get a load of trojans before this happened but i managed to get rid of them (i hope ), i also have avg antivirus, spybot and ad aware ( i know that the ad aware cancels spybot out but i am not really sure which one is better so i dont know which one to get rid off), i am by no means an expert with computers, i couldnt be further from it in fact, and i am getting really frustrated with this, also my computer has been freezing allot lately, any help which can be offered will be greatly appreciated :)

Edited to say - Would it help if i added my hijack this report??? also, my computer turned itself off, and after another virus check about 6 trojans showed up called, Trojan Horse vundo.DA, Trojan Horse vundo.DB, Trojan Horse vundo.DD



Edited by teeniebop, 11 January 2009 - 11:59 PM.

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