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IE9 & Vista behaving oddly - dts.search-results.com? [Solved]


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Hi Gringo,
I sure appreciate your help. The problems seem to be stubborn, though, and if you're beginning to suspect hardware issues and/or operating system problems, I think I'll bring the computer in for a local tech to have a look at. They can do a full backup and wipe the system and reinstall the OS, if need be, change the hard drive, as well, if it turns out to have problems. I'd be nervous attempting to troubleshoot and repair hardware and/or OS issues on my own, even with you there supporting me remotely. Once again, I thank you for your time and efforts. All the best.
Carl
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Hello


I do not think it is malware at this time, I suspect some sort of corruption and I think that chckdsk is a good place to start it does more than just check the hardware.

But of course if you do not feel comfortable about working with it do take it to a shop


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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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