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Avast File Reputation Warnings and blurred text

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When I am connected to the internet and scroll down a page the text becomes very blurred and within a minute or two the text becomes clear again. When I'm on a page with blurred text and tab to another page then back to the original the text is clear. Sometimes when I just scroll my mouse arrow over blurred text it becomes clear. Text in my Word files offline is not blurred, only text that is on the internet. Also, lately I have been getting several of these Avast warnings:

File Reputation Warning
The file you are downloading seems to be very new or rare
Origin: http://dl.secunia.co....0.1380_SPS.exe
Downloaded by: C:ProgramFiles\Secunia\PSI\PSIA.exe
ACTIONS TO TAKE:abort the connection (recommended)

I chose to abort the connection each time as Avast recommended. Also, when I ran Avast scanner last week it found one corrupted file. Something like .pup. I ran ESET and Malwarebytes at the same time and they found no infected files. Thanks for any replies.

Motherboard: ASUS P5G41T-M LX PLUS, Intel G41 Socket 775
O/S: XP Home from installation cd I bought Newegg, 32 Bit, SP2, version 2002, the Ccleaner description says it’s SP3
RAM: 4GB Crucial Ballistix DDR3, 1333 MT/S
CPU: Intel Celeron Dual Core E1200, 1.6 GHz, 512K, 800 MHz, OEM, Advanced
Intel G41 Express Chipset
Performance Series, Allendale, socket 775
PSU: Power Up 450 Watt ATX
HD: WD Caviar SE, 320G, IDE
Monitor: Samsung 2032NW, SyncMaster, 5ms, 3000:1, Dynamic Contrast, 20”

Edited by aaaa44, 14 December 2013 - 12:58 AM.

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