Sorry for my delay in getting back to you, had just purchased some new upgrades/parts for my home build (computer) and my desk setup that took longer than I had expected to put together/get everything working at optimal levels. Let me go ahead and take a peak now and see what we can do for you! WARNING: Adware/Spyware Found
Alright now I have seen a few interesting items on here that indicate that you still have spyware/adware infections. Due to the belief that malicious software (malware) may be at fault for your current issue(s), I strongly suggest you to make a new thread in the appropriate section! To do so you need to first follow the procedures for creating an appropriate post/thread, which can be found HERE
. Once you're ready to make the new thread/post, please post it in the appropriate section which can be found HERE
. After you post, a malware removal expert will guide you through the process of removing any malicious software off your PC. Once they establish that your machine appears clean, if you are still having the issues come back to this thread and I or another tech/geek will be more than happy to assist you further.
For now this is optional, as I'd like to go through these lasts steps here but once you finish the steps I am about to post... I very strongly recommend you report to them for a full clean up.
Follow every instruction and post they give until they tell you the systems clean, do not quit out half way through or else more issues will likely arise. STEP FOUR: PureHD
First and foremost let us take a look at this post: What Does Error 1706 Mean?
. Now you may be asking about the which a guide and instructions can be found HERE
. So with that, you'll want to select PureHD (Version: 220.127.116.11)
(line taken from your MiniToolBox report). Please follow the link directions and have it attempt to resolve it for you. Post back with any results or errors! STEP FIVE: Other Items Found
Beyond just the spyware/adware found in the list, I was also able to see that you had a few items out of date. However I also see you have FileHippo's Updater installed, in which is a great utility and I highly recommend it. So at this time I advise you to run it more frequently in the future and help keep your system up to date.