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#1 Chris Seltzer

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 07:58 PM

Hi everyone. Thanks in advance for any help. About a week ago I turned on my computer and a fake anti-virus program called Desktop Defender 2010 popped up. Recognizing that I had a virus, I ran Anti-Malware which found several files and removed them. Even though that particular part of the virus is gone I'm still experiencing random browser redirects on Google searches. Google Chrome (my default browser) won't load. I'm using Windows Vista (service pack 2 I believe). Combofix and Gmer both cause a bluescreen.

Thanks,

Chris

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