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Problems With Net At Home

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#1 jmarie


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Posted 31 January 2006 - 06:25 PM

I just (finally) stepped into this millenium and hooked up to the internet at home. Financially i can only do dial up --i am using peoplepc for my isp

Two nights ago, a new tool bar appeared---mirar---I can't close it when I click on toolbars and--the big part-
i can go to my people pc home page but if i search or try to go to yahoo or ANY other page--
the url requested pops up---like a flash- and closes before i can even click on anything.

I don't know if the new toolbar that has glommed on to my computer has anything to do with it or if it's coincidental

any ideas?

Thanks in advance for any help--



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#2 phawgg


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Posted 31 January 2006 - 07:34 PM

As is the case all too often, my idea is that you have malware aboard, jmarie from Colorado

Gee, I'm no fun, huh?

so, i say ... click the link, read this topic and follow the sequential advice;


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