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I got a message from a friend to watch a video, it said install latest Adobe i click run and yes later that day i got pop ups on screen. Antivirus 2010 with fake searching of my computer saying it was infected, i ran ESETNOD (my antivirus) found some and removed a week later after popups and me just clicking X i turn on my computer and its a black screen with a windows 98 taskbar and a black square box saying "Your system has been infected! system has been stopped due to a serious malfunction. Spyware activity has been detected. It is recommended to use spyware removal tool to prevent data loss. Do not run any application before all spyware is removed."
i ran system restore to another earlier date. helped get back desktop but then my wallpaper went away and blue screen with balck box again. Later that night i downloaded SUPERAntispyware Free Edtion after i read a post on another website about antivirus 2010. It cleaned up 147ish threats and said reboot. i rebooted and it worked fine until it shut it down/hibernate. i woke up and i found it back i kept running the SUPERAntispyware Free Edtion and it found some adware cookie something, i keep running it uninterrupted and it still always comes up with around 23 more of those adware cookies. i deleted my cookies and restarted it and nothing. oh i also restart after i run SUPERAntispyware Free Edtion nothing works. i need help...
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