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Virus problem and tabs problem

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forever insane

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Iv recently had Avast anti-virus detect 'Win32:JunkPoly [Cryp]' but I think (and hope) that iv cleared it up. I also had a virus problem last week which I think iv sorted.

Please can someone check my OTL log to make sure? Iv attached them.

Also, Both my browsers (Google chrome is my default but also happens with IE) are being unresponsive on some sites. When I go onto hotmail, I cant open emails, delete them or anything. As soon as I go to my inbox, it seems to get stuck. I cant go to any other folder. I also cant watch videos on BBC Iplayer any more, the video doesn't load and some stuff on facebook doesn't work (I don't use it personally, so I don't really know about that). This started a few days ago so I'm not sure if its malware related.

And 1 other problem iv had with my browsers, and iv had this problem with Windows vista (before I got 7), but when I open a new tab and try and load a website, the new tab will sometimes take its time to load, even lasting up to 1 minute before it appears to be loading. I don't think this is malware related, but its bloody annoying. Any ideas?

Thank you,


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Edited by forever insane, 17 February 2010 - 05:55 PM.

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