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bledwhite

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hi, i am using windows xp with a 56k dialup connection.
a few hours ago i noticed that the blinking modem lights on my taskbar were flashing when i had nothing open that was using the net. i've discovered that it's been downloading at a constant rate now for a few hours, (roughly 5kb a second) and it's not stopping! i'm getting really annoyed, hijack this hasn't found anything unusual, neither has adaware. i downloaded spybot s&a and that's found nothing either.
currports is saying that i have two svchost.exe that have an established connection with bns2.net but i can't close them without my computer shutting down. looked up spyware that has anything to do with bns2.net and found Cydoor. checked the registry, windows folder and it looks like i haven't got cydoor at all.
ok, just this second my computer hard drive was making the sound it makes when something is installing, and my modem has stopped moving... what the [bleep]?!!?
what does this mean? can somebody please help, i don't want my connection being used to download programs without me knowing what they are. i would say all up, it's downloaded at least 10+ megabytes.
scary. and now i'm angry.

advice would be great.
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