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Download i cannot down load anything on my computer it just pops up contact the adminstation i have done everythin gotten rid of all my use less stuff re booted i have no idea what to do and its getting really annoying i need help please

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If you are logged on to the administrator account, and still can not do anything.  I would say more than likely it is spyware or malware that is causing your issues.  I just fixed a computer for a customer last night with the same issues.  It was so bad on his that I had to backup all his important data and do a reformat.

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