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Dan2005

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First off my computer got infected about a week ago. I was able to fix all the problems by using this forum except this one. The ones i have fixed is the Google Redirect and a problem where my wave sound kept shutting off every few minutes and pop ups. AVG originally found 3 Trojans before i fixed the above, but i have since switched to AntiVir.

My problem is when i try to download something in either firefox or chrome, the download will automatically cancel, when i click retry, the file will download, but the second it is 100% the file disappears, nowhere to be found on the computer. This started the same time as the above that i was able to fix. I have ran Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware, spybot, ad-aware, superspyware, avg, antiVir, Microsoft Security Essentials, Avast! Antivirus, as well a a few others i cant remember right now, some have found things, some have not, but none of them has fixed the problem. I have ran most of them in regular mode as well as safe-mode.

I will be great full for any help!
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And i have XP pro if that helps.
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