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#1 sirbrent

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Posted 09 January 2010 - 10:57 PM

I got the malware defence virus. And through the use of the tutorial, found on this site, ( http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-remo...malware-defense ) I was able to get rid of it. But now when I browse the internet there are alot of things missing. For instance there are many links and buttons that don't do anything anymore. On the yahoo frontpage there is usually a couple of buttons that let you browse through their top stories and those buttons are gone. When i try to access my yahoo mail account all that shows up is a blank page with my user name up top and a search window. When my wife goes on facebook it shows some of the tabs but everything else is blank. And there are other oddities.
Is there a setting that might of been changed? Or maybe a add-on or program that needs to be installed again? Or is this something that needs windows to be completely re-installed?I did upgrade my internet explorer 7 to IE 8. Hoping that it would maybe fix it. But sadly that did not. I'm running windows XP. and But I don't have the cd. Though my copy is completely legitamite. ANY suggestions or help would be appritiated! Thank you!

Edited by sirbrent, 09 January 2010 - 11:06 PM.


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