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Well i didnt know which thread to put this in so im hoping someone will read this and help me, I accidently clicked ona a wrong link in google which put something into my computer, it puts icons onto my desktop it put a search bar in my internet explored and this little stop sign like icon comes up by the time and says "your computers in danger plz download a anti-spyeare remover" I go to the side it said to go to(after closing a huge popup that made it look like my desktop wallpaper)and looked around it, I didnt want to dl it since well it cost money and looked fishy so i dled other spyware removes such as spybot and adaware I also have norton but when i ran them I didnt get rid of the thing thats in my computer, can someone plz help me? *sory for typos*please email me at [email protected] and plz plz help I dont even have a reboot disk on this comp
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Please Click here!, and follow the recommendations in the guide.

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