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Ok I have red that a few people also have had this problem, I have a background that reads "your system is infected" I have removed everything through ad aware but it still remains, I saw a couple other poeple putting there list of "problems" if you will ,I dont really know what there called and I also dont know haw to find them. I have Windows service pack 1 already installed so we have that problem out of the way. I just need to to know if there is anyway to delete this problem!! Thank you please let me know [email protected]
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