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Using Firefox, run this online virus scan.

http://uk.trendmicro...call_launch.php


Let me know what it finds.
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I'm running the scan now, I was able to run it a few days ago and it found nothing...

Since all of my problems seem to be with the windows system and its components, like IE and MP, is there some other way that I can check my system for missing or corrupted files other than by using the sfc / scannow thing?
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no viruses were found...
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just did the sfc / scannow thing and it seemed to do a lot of scanning just like last time and that gray box popped up and after a few minutes it finished but never said whether or not i am missing any files....

Is there anything else I can try short of rebooting my entire system???
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It sounds like you may have a hardware issue. I haven't found any indication that malware is causing your problems.

Another option for you would be to perform a repair installation of Windows.

http://www.geekstogo...=findpost&p=489
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