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A couple of things that might help come to mind.
First, you may just have a lot of crud that has collected over time. Go to your control panel and select "Internet Options" Under the temporary files, click on the "Delete Cookies" and "Delete Files" buttons. When you click on the delete files, you are given an option to check a box to delete all offline content. Make sure to click on that. Below those options there is a "Delete History button and you should click on that. This is some basic house cleaning routine that you should do a couple of times a month if you are online a lot.
Next, you might want to go online and download a copy of AVG and a copy of Ad-Aware. These are a couple of real good anti virus programs that are free and will dig out problems that many of the paid for programs (Like Norton and McAfee) won't find.
Hope these tips help solve your problems.
Have a good day!
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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