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One of the major problem with proxy is when you open your browser it says proxy server not reaponding and even if u disable it from internet options-conmections-lan-uncheck proxy,it enables automatically or when you restart and it happens due to infection running in task manager or due to some malware
To remove it completely you need to remove the infection manually or by the tool...
I will tell you first the simple way just download and run hitman pro tool
But if you want to do it manually without any tool
Open run command box(windows+R) then type (regedit) and press enter it will ask for permission just press yes it will take you to the registry
There you will find computer below that click on HKEY_CURRENT_USER and press right arrow key it will expand
then you will find software option click on that and press right arrow key again it will expand
Then go to microsoft and expand it also
After then go to windows and expand it in same way like i tild u above
Then you will find current version there
Just click on that and expand
Then you will find internet setting
In that you will be able to see some entries on the right hand side of the screen
Find out the proxy enable option there and proxy http option
First right click on proxy enable it will give you option to modify click modify and replace 1 with zero in (value data)then press ok
After that go to proxy http just below the proxy enable option
Right click and delete it
Then reset your internet explorer by going to internet options-advanced-reset
It will open a window just click on reset there without making any changes
Then try to run it will fix the proxy problem
If you find this solution working or any problem to execute this this please reply
Editing the registry is one of the last options you want to do. There are other options for resolving this which are safer. If you are not familiar with editing the registry you need to be aware that if an improper change is made it can result in tuning your computer into a very expensive door stop. If you do edit the registry you should back it up before making any changes in the registry.