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Unable to update AVG and enter anti malware webpages

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Hi, I have something on my laptop that is interfering with my wishes. Something is wrong. I first noticed it when I tried to update AVG Anti-Virus Free. I was unable to do so. I then tried to download and reinstall it. That's when I realised I cannot enter any websites containing things that can remove any malware. I am even unable to enter geektogo.com. (I can browse other types of sites like Hotmail.)

By using this stationary PC I have found that I should do your Malware Spyware Cleaning Guide but since I am unable to access your webpage through my infected laptop I cannot follow it. I tried to download TFC from another location but I couldn't to that either.

AVG manage to find this threat:

File name: fjprotect.in/hitin.php?affid=02992
Threat name: Exploit Rogue spyware scanner (type 504)
Process name: C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe
Process ID: 3148

I also get this repeatedly:

Message from Web Page
Warning! Your computer contains various signs of viruses and malware programs presence. Your system requires immediate anti viruses check! System Security will perform a quick and free scanning of your PC for viruses and malicious programs.

I always press cancel.

What should I do?
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