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'server not found' atleast 50% of websites I try to view

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Almost half of the websites I try to look at I get the server not found message when using firefox, or Internet Explorer cannot load this page. Would this be some kind of virus or could it be a cinflict between my router and modem. The roter is wired directly from the modem and from the router to the computer. A laptop running through the wireless router has had no problems. when I refresh the page two or three times, it loads.

Also, I seem to have picked up Qword from somewhere and cannot remove it. Is there some way of getting rid of it?

Oh. another thing, I found a QWS.dll in my programme files which I can't remove either.

Edited by VoxBox, 03 June 2010 - 11:38 AM.

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You will want to start here in G2G forum, as your PC is likely running some nasties.

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