sdkoo.dll C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32, mfcva32.dll C:WINDOWS\SYSTEM32, sysov32.dll C:WINDOWS,
javauk.dll C:\WINDOWS, iejc32.dll C:WINDOWS. These files are 4G each and are taking up alot of space on my C drive. I suspect that they are parasitic. I am using Windows XP Professional w/service pk2.
I have AOL as my ISP and only use Google as a search engine. I am on dialup 56k modem. I know this is somewhat antiquated but I can't afford DSL right now since I lost my job and my apartment. The problem I am having is that once I am on the internet for around 5 minutes, it takes longer and longer for pages to load. I'm wondering if AOL has too many customers dialing up on the same line, and they don't want to provide more lines. I also noticed that in the lower lefthand corner where it says web site found, waiting for reply- right before that I see IE PROXY flash. What this IE PROXY is I have no idea. Is it someone spying on me, or maybe I just never noticed it before. I ran Spybot and got 5 entries of something called DSO EXPLOIT which I destroyed, but they popped up again, so I destroyed them again, maybe. I guess my main concern is: How can I get the fastest speed on the internet with what I have to work with, and how can I tell if it is AOL, spyware or something else that is causing the slowness on the internet? Any help would be appreciated.