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Redirects on my network


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alexunderwood

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My computer was working fine before I came home for the summer. My brother had been complaining about not being able to use google, yahoo or bing once he got home, and when I arrived and started using my computer as well, the same thing happened to me. I used Gooredfix.exe and tdsskiller.exe and that didn't help at all. How can I get rid of this redirect? Should I somehow 'clean' it from the network? I'm guessing a network firewall or something would be a good idea at this point...

The OTL results are attached, by the way.

Thanks a lot!
Alex

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Hi alexunderwood,

My name is Salagubang and welcome to GeekstoGo. :)

Sorry about the delay. Can you update me how are the computers running now?
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