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#1 suzzie

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Posted 23 April 2006 - 03:03 PM

OK so i did something stupid...

I clicked a link that my friend sent to me because he wanted me to listen to him DJ but since the link had "hardcore" in it...i now get pop-ups of porn...

Ive tried cleaning my computer..running my spyware stuff and all that and am still having the pop-ups...

I dont want to screw up my computer...and i know its a stupid thing to ask...but please help?

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Posted 23 April 2006 - 03:46 PM

Well, Suzzie, you've come to the right place. Sort of. For malware repair, the best thing is posting a hijack log in a new thread at our hijackthis forum. Before posting, read this. Much of what you're experiencing can be fixed simply by using the anti-malware programs listed.

If you post the log, please be patient because there are few qualified to do this, and a lot of folks waiting. And don't post to your own thread because they look for threads with no replies in them first.

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Posted 25 April 2006 - 09:30 PM

Well, Suzzie, you've come to the right place. Sort of. For malware repair, the best thing is posting a hijack log in a new thread at our hijackthis forum. Before posting, read this. Much of what you're experiencing can be fixed simply by using the anti-malware programs listed.

If you post the log, please be patient because there are few qualified to do this, and a lot of folks waiting. And don't post to your own thread because they look for threads with no replies in them first.



thank you, now i know what it is ill figure a way to fix it!!!




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