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Connection Interrupted messages [Solved]

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I've been getting error messages at random while using the Gooogle Chrome or IE browsers. The messages occur when trying to load some webpages and, when I try to reload the page, I continue to get the error messages for up to a minute before the webpage is able to load. The error messages I get are -

In Google:
"This web page is not available
The connection to mail.live.com was interrupted."

In IE:
"Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage"

I think my internet connection is working fine because other programs (like skype) maintain their connection to the internet fine without interruption.

Also, my popup blocker generally works well, but I've been getting popups occasionally from 888poker.

Attached is the minimal output results from an OTL quickscan I just ran.

Thank you for your time.


EDIT: Hi, if anyone has started to work on the problem, thank you. It turns out I was able to solve the problem by running a malware scanner.

Edited by dgc2004, 01 May 2012 - 05:14 PM.

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