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Am I infected, keep losing connection to wireless router


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#1 urblessed00

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Posted 29 April 2011 - 06:38 AM

Good Morning,

I'm sorry if I'm not posting this in the correct area. I think...I have something..not quite sure..but something on my computer. It acts as if I can't get a connection to my wireless router. I got a cable and ran it directly into the cpu, and got the same message. So, I ram combo fix in safe mode and then regular (for XP) on Wednesday night. I was able to then get on the internet. I didn't get the "low connectivity" message. However, last night, I got it again. I ram combo fix again....and this time, the combo fix took longer than usual. Usually, it's that whole right around 10 minutes time limit. Last night, it took longer to run. I had the PC Tools (internet security) disabled. I ran Spyware terminator as well. I also used a registry cleaner. I know when I first went to run Combo fix on Wednesday, I got a message that said the combo fix file on the cpu was infected and it listed a specific virus that could be on the cpu but I forget what the name was. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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