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The Internet Speed Monitor is adware (a type of spyware) that tracks your web-surfing habits. This adware is a browser add-on object displayed as a toolbar within your Internet browser. Every time you open a new browser window, the add-on object is activated and generates pop-up windows with ads based on your online shopping and browsing. What the Internet Speed Monitor does is collect the information on the websites you visit and products you buy, then targets you with ads that are tailored just for you. This can slow down both your Internet connection and overall computer speed. You need to remove this spyware to get rid of the pop-ups.
1.Press "Ctrl-Shift-Esc" or "Ctrl-Alt-Delete" to bring up the Task Manager.
2.Click on the "Processes" tab to view the current system processes.
3.Click "adsponsor.exe," and then click "End Process."
4.Repeat Step 3 for "adsponsor.exe," "grandpack2.dll," "ismbar2.exe," "uninstall.exe" and "qdrloader.exe."
Thats a very strange description of a computer crash that my colleague has mentioned. A house of cards would break everything. Somethings CAN be fixed.
If you haven't tried it already try booting the system ito safe mode. You do this by restarting the computer and repeatedly tap the F8 key. this will take you through to a boot screen. Choose Safe Mode.
When in safe mode you need to run a command. In Vista, Win 7 click on the orb and in the search pane type cmd and hit enter. In XP click on the Start menu amd click on Run. In the Run box type cmd and hit enter. A command window will pop up.
In the command window type chkdsk /r and hit enter. The system will ask you to schedule a check next time the computer restarts. type Y and then hit enter. Type exit, anter and restart the computer.
Hopefully the computer will restart and sort the problem out for you. You must remember that this process needs to be babysat. In other words keep your eye on the whole process.
Make Sure your system is free from virus, trojans or spyware or adware, they slow down the system as well as consumed Internet bandwidth too.Scan your PC with a Good Antivirus but I recommend you to use any Internet security suite.
you no doubt have a win 32 malware virus. sometimes even your antivirus will not remove it. Best luck is with avg pro. Run the antivirus and see if it finds the virus. If so, let me know what it finds.
Sounds like you get a virus. If possible back up your data. Format your hard drive and reload your operating system. Load and run anti-virus. Load data and applications. Run anti-virus again. That will leave you will a clean hard drive.