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Unread postby mike632 » March 19th, 2011, 9:06 pm

I've only recently starting having problems:
1. My google searches are constantly landing on unrelated sites - the actual sites are in the search mode but when you click on them (or sometimes without clicking) a site leaps out that is unrelated to your search requirements or not what you wanted originally.
2. As of the last 7 days I cannot connect at all to my webhost (on this computer only) - fixed up -could have been a roboform issue)
3. My hotmail account has gone crazy - I cannot work the back browser as it lands in the bing search mode. I have contacted the windows forum and followed their instructions but lost the forum entry somewhere. The problem is still there. G mail and others work 100% fine.
Are those nuisances malware related? :x
I use windows 7. :pale:

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Re: Is my problem/s malware related?

Unread postby NonSuch » March 19th, 2011, 11:57 pm

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