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Onestep

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I getting malware like crazy. Everytime I click on something I get "Americas Card Room" and a few others. I have never been to
 
these sites. Is there a program that will clean all this up and stop it?
 
I have tried Malwarebtyes, Super Anti-Spyware, Zemana, Hitman Pro.
 
Iam thinking of uninstalling Chrome browser which I hace used for years. I'm thinking that could be the problem even though i set it back to default setting.
 
Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
 
I run Windows 10

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DR M

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You have also posted here: In Progress - Malware Problem | Tech Support Guy (techguy.org)

 

Let me know where you want to continue, so I can close one of the two topics.

 

In any case, you should post the two FRST logs, Addition and FRST. 


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phillpower2

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If I may Dr M,

 

Being that the first thread was started on TSG and you have already offered assistance there that is where the OP should continue.

 

Thread closed, malware removal steps already suggested on alternative forum.


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