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Below are resized images; current readings on speed fan are:
gpu 59 c
hd1 46c
hd0 32c
core 58c
ambient 0c

These readings are pretty typical for my system;

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I'm done for the day...I will go back over this entire thread tomorrow morning see if I missed something...
meanwhile run your AV and any malware tools you have to make sure your system is clean
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Thanks for all of your help thus far
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did you try running your computer in safe mode with networking...if so what happened...

try using a different browser...let me know what you use and what you switched to

use everest to see what video card you have...we will try installing a driver from the card manufactures site or the mobo's site
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I totally forgot about booting it up and running it in safe mode, will give that a whirl. I've thought about switching browsers to see if that helps at all, this all started right around the time I upgraded to Firefox 4(3/25) which was about the same time I upgraded the latest nVidia video driver. (3/15)

Current card is:NVidia GeForce 7600GT 512mb agp, however, this issue was happening before I upgraded the card a couple weeks ago (for performance reasons). Card before this was an nvidia geforce 6200.

I'll download google chrome to see how that works and report back; what about rolling the video driver back to the prior version? Would that cause any performance issues? Thanks again for all of your help and time
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what about rolling the video driver back to the prior version?

give it a try

you can also move back to a older version of firefox like 3.6.13 here...
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