I hate to create a new topic, but I have been working on this problem for too long and have grown impatient. I have a Dell XPS M140 w/ a Pentium 1.73 M., 1 G. of Ram. 60 G. HD. I have Windows XP Media. I am a novice computer user. My entire registry is filled with hundreds of porn sites. I have been deleting the sites manually, but can I delete all of the sites from the Zone Map, Domain, and Esc Domain? If so can I delete all of the websites from the registry? Is there a way to mass delete websites from the registry like *.com, *.it, *.pl, .net, etc? I only visited a few sites, but somehow they were spammed onto my computer. Additionally, some of the sites I cannot seem to find in the registry area listed in my virus scan. Do you know of an efficient way to find these sites and delete them? I looked at Bleepingcomputer's registry tutorial and I did not have any backups downloaded in my system. I do not have the disk because Dell said I did not need it. I will keep manually deleting sites from the registry but there must be an efficient way or cleaner which brings my system back to default. Please include detailed instructions if you have any. Thanks. My computer seems to be free of viruses, Adware, and Malware. I use SuperAntispywareFree, McAffee AOL Free virus, Malwarebytes. My computer seems to be running fine, but I would like these sites off of my computer. That was the first and only time I will ever go to porn sites. I am willing to pay for good good programs if you can recommend some, but I prefer good free programs. I am tempted to upgrade to SuperAntispywareProfessional because it seems to be the best I have seen. I may not reply immediately, if you respond. My response could take up to a week. Thanks.
Edited by Rrob, 11 January 2009 - 04:11 PM.