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*sigh* I'm back.

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I guess I'm gonna have to go through this again. Since my last topic, I have done the repair installation of XP and now, not only does my audio still not work, but I believe I'm compromised again and after about 20 minutes my computer starts to s l o w d o w n and I lose my connection. All those programs I've downloaded aren't doing much to help me. I need to speak to someone who can help me resolve whatever malware I have now, get SP2 installed again without incident and get my sound working again. If there's a better place to take these difficulties, please, please let me know. I've searched all over and I can't figure out where to go with this. If all I can do is get back to where I was when my last topic closed, that's better than my current situation, but keep in mind that I very, very much want to repair this audio problem, too. That way I won't do something stupid trying to fix it later and have to come back here all over again.

Since I know it will take a few days to get to this thread and I'll just have to do it again, I'll wait to post my HJT log. I hope that's ok. Thank you very much for being here <3
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