Advice and assistance on computer matters
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Try Ad-Aware http://lavasoft.com/
it's pretty good at clearing unwanted stuff
- Joined: Wed 21 May, 2008 15:13
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Ad-aware is great - try AVG 8 Free from free.grisoft.com also.
And reset Internet Explorer 7 (Tools - Internet Options - Advanced - Reset - Reset)
Do the ads mention 'CID' in the top left corner by any chance?
2002 3.0 Sport in Sterling Grey with full red/black leather
- Joined: Thu 12 Feb, 2009 12:09
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try Malwarebytes or Avast! - both of which are excellent programmes and free.. in fact Avast! usually outperforms paid software in benchmark tests..
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Use Mozilla Firefox instead of IE7. There is a reason Microsoft employees use Firefox instead of their own program
BMW Z3 2.0L Velvet Blue Individual Edition
6pot wrote: We all know that the investment in a car is the fun enjoyed and not the cost.
LEX77 wrote:Jap cars no matter how quick, just dont cut it.
A few pic's.......
Mike Fishwick wrote:My wife often pulls mine off while she is driving!
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I use super anti spyware it's free and has found and removed things that spybot etc have completly missed or not removed correctly.
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Malwarebytes will get rid of that.
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+1 for malwarebytes.. great piece of software..
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Go for AVG free! I put this on all of our home workers machines that have serious infections to remove the threat.
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