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#1 Shotokan52


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Posted 08 May 2013 - 10:52 PM



I am running Windows 7 Home Premium with Internet Explorer 10.  My home browser page is Google Search.  When I click on any of the Google search results I am usually redirected to a web site unrelated to the site indicated in the link provided by Google.  Also, once I get to the site, even if it appears to be the correct site, I cannot get back to the search page by clicking on the back arrow at the top of my browser (even if I click multiple times on the back arrow very quickly).


I have been using Norton Internet Security for the past few years.  I ran a full system scan, including Norton Power Eraser.  However, it did not remedy the problem.  I also ran Kaspersky's TDSSKiller and it did not find anything.  Also, I removed JAVA from my system (and haven't reinstalled it yet) because someone said that worked for them.


I reran NIS and Power Eraser.  Power Eraser removed a DLL file (ehyabm.dll) which seems to have resolved the issue.  I am new to this forum and don't yet know how to remove this post (assuming it's possible).



Edited by Shotokan52, 09 May 2013 - 02:48 AM.

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