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#1 youpo

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Posted 30 January 2011 - 04:21 PM

Hello
I have had something hijacking my google browser for months now.
A while back when I started having problems, MBAM found something called Trojan.Fakealert and deleted it.
But after a while of thinking my computer was clean, I was being redirected again.
It seems like the redirects happen in bursts. For a while I will not be able to go to any links because of it.
THen it seems like it lays dormant maybe for weeks at a time. I eset online scanner, which identified several problems
and then fixed them all, but just like before, after a few days I was getting redirected again. Nothing I have can identify
any malware in my system, so I don't know what elso to do. I also checked to make sure my hosts file was clean. I deleted one extra entry
and since then nothing more has been written in it, but my problem persists.
In addition, I having major porblems with error reports, which make it hard to do anything. Examples are Google toolbar installer, windows installer, adobe flash helper
and other processes when I am on the internet or just running an application.
Please help get my computer back to normal. I'm running Windows Vista on an Hp.

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#2 Orange Blossom

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Posted 30 January 2011 - 11:54 PM

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