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#1 gord taylor

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Posted 21 February 2005 - 10:02 AM

Tried removing with anti-virus scan could not do as problem still exists have not tried for a couple of months

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Posted 21 February 2005 - 01:44 PM

Read Hijack This Tutorial on this site. Then post your log for the HJT team to advise you on............ DO AS ONLY THEY SAY!!!

Maybe READ through other current HJT submissions and read how none experienced users are GUIDED through this process. IT WORKED VERY WELL FOR ME.

Soon You will be a Happy, Porn Free Member. On my system I managed to dump loads of stuff before I reached a level of frustration and asked for help. THEN the HJT found another pile of C**P and helped me CLEAN my PC

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Just go with their advice




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