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Computer Inoperable in Normal Mode; unable to access Internet


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pritzi102

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My computer (Windows XP) is almost at a standstill-slow in Normal Mode. When I attempt to access the Internet, I get a pop-up message that says that my last session on the Internet was disrupted, do I want to resume the last session or go to the Homepage? Whichever one I choose, it never seems to get through--it just hangs there reading "Connecting".

I can only navigate the Internet in Safe Mode with Networking. I have run AVG (found nothing); Spybot (54 viruses found and removed); Malwarebytes (found nothing); Ad Aware (74 cookies removed); Kaspersky Online Scan (2 Trojan viruses found attached to two music files, which I deleted. When I realized I should have saved the log but hadn't, I ran Kaspersky again, but it found nothing the second time); Disk Cleanup and Defrag. I also installed ERUNT, NTREGOPT, TFC, OTL, Hijack This and Rooter (Hijack This and Rooter logs attached; OTL was too large to attach to this e-mail. Let me know if you need this, and I'll attempt to send it in a separate e-mail).

Hopefully with the logs, someone out there can tell me what to do! It seems like I've tried everything in these forums!

Michele
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