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hank564

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I am having problems when on my browser Internet Explorer. When on certain web sites I click on back and I lose my web pages. Each time, I have to reenter information to find what I'm looking for. When I went to Amazon and clicked on back, the page said I have a Browser Bug. How do I fix this? Can someone help me?

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Major Payne

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For starters, if you are sure you have some malware (and everybody does these days), read and follow these instructions :

Read This Before Posting a Hijack This Log

Do each step and then post a Hijack This Log in the Malware Removal section of this forum only. Your log will not be read here. Be patient as the Malware Removal section is a very busy section of this forum.

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Thank you for helping me. Once I used the cleanup wizard, the problem went away. I am taking the additional steps just to make sure. Again, thank you so much! I am very grateful, I had no where to turn to find help.
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Really great to hear some good news. :tazz:

Glad you're going through with the extra steps to be on the safe side. GTG has a good pick of apps to use and several others have posted additional programs which are just as good. I like all the free ones concidering how many you have to use to catch all the malware.

Thanks for using GTG, Hank.

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