Even earlier today, I realized that I was logged off of my Gmail account which I am always logged on to. When I went to log back in and made sure the "Remember me" button was enabled, it gave me an error message saying that my web browser doesn't store cookies. I checked that out and I had it set to store cookies. I tried again except I didn't enable the "remember me" button and tried going onto YouTube. I clicked the automatic sign in button on YouTube and it worked until I tried to go into my subscriptions. It prompted me to log back into my Gmail. Frustrated, I gave up.
When I first got on my computer this morning, everything was completely fine. I had no troubles whatsoever and I followed my usual routine so I didn't download anything online or go to any suspicious websites. It wasn't until several hours later that I ran into the internet cookies problem after having to do a reset of my computer after it bugged out and wouldn't let me open any tabs after I woke it up from it being asleep (this is something that happens to me at least once a day, I simply reset it and the problem is fixed.) However, even after resetting it after the Gmail and download troubles had occurred, nothing was fixed.
I figured it was malware or a virus, so I did a Malwarebytes scan and a scan using Weebroot. Both said no threats were detected, so I did a little bit of research and found nothing to help me. That's when I also realized that I couldn't save anything on MS paint because the file was corrupted. I'm not sure how to even go about fixing this, so if someone could help me, I'd really appreciate it.
Edited by Ayface, 29 June 2016 - 07:50 PM.