I inadvertently installed malware and somehow got it cleaned up (I hope) but here is a lagging problem. malware trovi.com was cleaned up with Adwarecleaner, malwarebytes and hitmanpro. I was getting the Unable to connect to Proxy Server for all my browsers (IE, FireFox, and Chrome). I managed to reset IE11 and get connected just last night. I uninstalled Firefox and tried to reinstall but when I ran the Setup and it tried to download via IE and it would fail to download. I went to Mozilla ftp site and downloaded manually and got it installed. Now here is my final problem (I hope).
Chrome will not accept the default latop of Automatically Detect Settings. I forgot that firefox gave me same error but I fixed it via it's settings. I've rescanned with AdWarecleaner, malwarebytes and hitmanpro with no major detections outside of HitMan saying there is a "Proxy Server on this computer (All Uses) 127.0.0.1:8800.
I'd like to know how I can get CHROME to accept my default laptop LAN settings. Is there a registry or other item I can tweak/change? My reinstalled Chrome made itself default browser and I can't change it (odd). I'm manage with IE right now but it worries me that Chrome is acting this way. So summary my IE/Firefox have AutoDetect option for LAN setting and Chrome still indicates Proxy Server: Use a proxy server for your LAN (these settings will not apply to dial-up or VPN connections).
I've run Avast Internet Security and it has not found anything nor has Malwarebytes premium.
Edited by hamluis, 02 August 2014 - 11:34 AM.
Moved from Win 7 to AII - Hamluis.