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x I think its a desktop hijacker. o_o


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x Alright. So yesterday morning I woke up and looked at my desktop. My original desktop was totally gone and this was in the middle:

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Im sitting here like what the [bleep] and i left click and try to look at my display properties but half the stuff in there is gone:

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I am very angry at this point, later I get a pop up from this spy program that somehow got into my computer (i think it came with it, its called spysheriff or something) and it says if I want to delete this problem I have to purchase the software. Im staring at it saying no.

And um...this really sucks. haha. Does anyone know what this problem is or how to fix it? I scanned it with spysweeper, microsoft adaware, and norton and nothing came up. Somepeople from the VGDC forums said that im screwed and might need to format. Can someone help me?! I will love you so bad! :>

Please help meh. >_<
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!UPDATE!

Okay. I used ad-aware. The blue screen is gone but my display properties remained the same. I dont have spysheriff anymore and the spy thing is gone but why are my display properties still like this?
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