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#1 travis_david

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Posted 11 June 2009 - 08:39 PM

Hi my name is travis heron and I have a windows vista hp pavilion. My computer has been without protection for a while but nothing serious ever occured then all of sudden one day there were tons of pop ups, miscellaneous webpages that would accumulate rapidly and be impossible to get rid of. So I quickly payed and renewed my norton antivirus and it seems like it keeps the major stuff under control. But whenever I click on internet explorer to use now a little box comes up from norton saying a attempt to attack your computer has been blocked. And also whenever im at some search site like google and I type something in then click on the results it instantly wants to redirect me to some page with an advertisement or something. Usually if I click back and then click on the search results again it seems to go straight to the website but sometimes its gets to glitched and wont let me click back also. Theres this repetitive clicking that happens whenever it does and it happens everytime I use a search engine to search for something. Anyway please help if you have any suggestions.

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