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Stop and Remove SpySheriff


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Hello Frnds..

Recently i have high speed internet at my home.......suddenly yesterday my system desktop settings are change by showing spysheriff default page, task manager disabled,I can't see volume controls in task bar etc...

If i connect to internet in normal mode spy sheriff is not allowing me to do any thing.

1) I want to remove that completely
2) I want to block spysheriff not to run if i connect to internt in normal mode

please suggest all the possible solutions to clean my disk and block all these.

I think hijackthis, yahoospy ware and microsoft antispyware softwares installed.

I Can able to get some of my files in SAFE MODE....

waiting for u r suggestion..help me ASAP to clean up my HDD ...........

Thanks
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Can any please help me ASAP...waiting for replies on this...

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