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Kaspersky Infected Me?

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#1 sleepingowl


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Posted 29 April 2007 - 03:22 AM

My husband downloaded Kaspersky from a cd a friend gave him..since then our internet connxn became verry slow. We have DSL. and some web pages would not open. If the webpage opens, it would be blank...no text in it! So we uninstalled it and things have gotten worse. Now almost no webpage opens. Same prob with YIM, if we try to chat with somone then the chat window remains blank..no names...no chat...no nothing! I tried running the online McAfee virus scan; but when i click on the 'freescan' button, nothing happens, the page doesnt move forward.

Does anybody know what went wrong? I have a Sony Vaio, 100 GB HD and the whole thing..it's VGN FE series.

pls pls pls help me...i have alot of my work and other important stuff on it which i cant afford to lose.

Much thanks.

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Posted 29 April 2007 - 05:38 AM

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