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HELP Win32/Nsag

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Hi i was recommended by a friend to this site as it is my first time here. Im a newish comp. user so get a bit lost with all the jargon but i'm getting there so please be patient with me, I seem to be getting a lot of viruses on my comp. even with xp's firewall on and avg free ed. installed and updated, normally they are caught and easily gotrid of but one named Win32/Nsag has made me delete (foolishly) wininet.dll now when i start my comp. it just sits on the desktop wallpaer and nothing else no menu's nothing, i can access some programs through windows task manager but need to know how to reinstate my desktop please :tazz:

Ok sorted that but still getting a lot of viruses on my system normally when i'm on-line but my browser (opera) is in-active, Any idea's?

Edited by benjweir, 25 September 2005 - 07:49 AM.

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