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#1 RoxyyC

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Posted 08 August 2010 - 10:35 PM

I have A Toshiba Satellite. It will be two years old this September.
I haven't had any problems I couldn't solve. No serious virus', etc.
2 days ago, somehow I got that annoying Trojan "Security Tool" and i got rid of it the same night. Scanned my laptop with a Anti-Virus, Anti-Spyware and Anti-Malware softwares. Restarted my laptop and was ready to surf the net again. However, when I opened FireFox, Google Chrome, Safari or IE they all gave the error message. "Cant Display Webpage". I could still sign in on MSN messenger and Skype. But I can't Browse. Today though, I cant sign in on MSN anymore. Through all this, my laptop tells me I'm connected to the Internet, all the other Wireless things in my home are connected and working.
I've scanned my laptop everyday. I've Restored it but it will only let me go as far back after I got rid of the security tool.

Notes:
Security Tool popped up when my blackberry was connected. (I think I got it from my brothers laptop. He had it before. I got rid of it and his laptops still works)
MSN stopped working after I connected my phone to my laptop again.

PLEASE HELP ME!

Thank You,
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