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May still have virus.

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#1 danny76


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Posted 20 May 2010 - 07:56 PM

I had a fake virus "Anti-spyware soft or the win32/nuqel.e" and came to bleeping computer to delete it. I ran the malwarebites software to delete the fake virus. Then when I went to login to my gmail account I received an error message telling me my computer was not accepting cookies. I corrected that and unchecked proxy box to make sure all was well. Still could not login to my IE gmail account. I can not get to my book marks because I can not open the gmail account in IE. Firefox works fine but does not have the same book marks. So I call cableone tech and he said to reset the browser to it's original settings. Did that. Still I try to login to my gmail account and the page goes blank and flashes at me. At the top in the blue bar is the gmail address link flashing. At the bottom of the page it goes back and forth between DONE and the gmail address flashing.

I can get to every webpage and my gmail account via firefox and also all other pages that I know of with Internet Explorer but my gmail email account I can nt login to with IE.
So i can not access my book marks. Can any one tell me what I can do to access my gmail account with Internet Explorer and with out losing any data?

Edited by Orange Blossom, 20 May 2010 - 11:38 PM.
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