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Browser Hijacked?

Unread postby Beezy » June 18th, 2009, 11:54 pm

My settings change each time I shut down the computer and causes me to much trouble to bring up windows.

The latest nightmare is Microsoft Outlook will not open.

The "J" drive is for my external HD, although plugged in, no longer registers in my folders file and therefore I can't access it. My other "ports" are not registering either and cannot be accessed.

To date, I have been leaving the computer up 24/7, but disconnecting I-net when not in use.

My objective is to avoid reinstalling Windows, but this seems to be a serious bug.

Below is the link to my log:


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Re: Browser Hijacked?

Unread postby turtledove » June 19th, 2009, 9:18 pm

Hello Beezy,
I have replied to your post.

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