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GumGim

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I ran HiJack this as well as a few other spyware scans. After getting rid of a few things in HiJack THIS, I can no longer get my browser (IE or Mozilla) to dispaly any webpages at all.

Can anyone help? What did I delete that I need for the browsers to display pages and what can i do to fix it? I'm in a time crunch and running out of time. Thanks
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I would reverse what I did in hijack this.

HijackThis comes with a backup and restoral procedure in the event that you erroneously remove an entry that is actually legitimate. If you have configured HijackThis as was shown in this tutorial, then you should be able to restore entries that you have previously deleted. If you have had your HijackThis program running from a temporary directory, then the restoral procedure will not work.

If the configuration setting Make backups before fixing items is checked, HijackThis will make a backup of any entries that you fix in a directory called backups that resides in the same location as Hijackthis.exe.

If you start HijackThis and click on Config, and then the Backup button you will be presented with a screen shot like Figure 6 below. You will have a listing of all the items that you had fixed previously and have the option of restoring them. Once you restore an item that is listed in this screen, upon scanning again with HijackThis, the entries will show up again.


http://www.bleepingc....html#HTRestore
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I must've deleted the backup. There's nothing there. Anything else I can do? Do you know what would cause the browsers to not be able to display pages?
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