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Unread postby mbecker » August 2nd, 2006, 6:04 pm


Lately i have been noticing my computer is running real slow, then recently i have just been gettig pop-ups all the time even though i run virus scans and ad-aware scan pretty much everyday. They all clean the problems but then just come right back.

The one pop-up i always notice is the WinAntVirus. Then when I tried to close it through taskmgr i saw project1 open like 3 times. I then closed it and the problem stopped until about 5 minutes later when it just came right back.

I've been looking around on these forums and realizing i need to download the hjackthis program, but when i try to do that my computer jst goes to a blank sreen and won't let me do the download.

If you have any idea on what i should do that would be greatly appreciated.


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