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Infected and now non-functioning


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Izzykas

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I got a Toshiba Satellite and it will not connect to the internet anymore. I was told it was a virus, so I got a new anti virus program on there and it found a couple. So now that's out of the way, I figured I'd still be able to get online with it, but no such luck. I can't connect with wireless or even with my ethernet cable plugged in. I've run all of the progs suggested to remove malware and just put AVG anti virus on here. I've included the logs from rooter, otlist and mbam. Anyone want to give it a look over and let me know what I can try to get it working? the only thing I can't do is update windows because I don't have an internet connection. I'd really appreciate the help!!!

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also, for what its worth, AVG can apparently connect to the internet and update, but nothing else can or will. and the error message i get when i run the network diagnostics for xp is "Windows cannot connect to the internet using HTTP, HTTPS, or FTP. This is probably caused by the following settings on your computer.
Check the firewall settings for the HTTP port (80), HTTPS port (443, and FTP port (21). I have no idear what the [bleep] that even means. Any help?
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