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radan

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Hi, I hope I'm in the right forum ?? I noticed on Jan 17 you answered the same question I have about removal of ad yield manager , I did everything you said but didn't find the file you said . I've enclosed the Hijack log , I hope you can help me as well , THanks for your time , RLogfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
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Hello radan,

Hijack logs can only be posted in the malware/virus forum.
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Your log was clean

This problem is due to one of your toolbars. Try remove the Google and Yahoo toolbars from Add/Remove Programs
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Thanks it seems to work a little better without the Google or the yahoo toolbars , Thanks again , Radan
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Well things were going good for awhile but now my ad yield manager is back and taking me to site 127.0.0.1 sometimes . How can I get rid of it ?? Thanks Radan
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