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No internet, no network, can't Restore

I came home Monday from work and my pc would not connect to the internet, no network / workgroup visible, and can't restore. I did a search to see if any files were created that day (thinking might have virus) and there were some at 11:41am when nobody was home. Some were svchost and in Cookies at that time it shows client156.faster-hosting(??). I ran MBAM, but had to change the .exe name as the virus was recognizing it. I finally installed and ran it and removed selected files, but said some could not be removed. When I do a Restore, I can select a Restore Point and go to Next screen, but that screen's Next is disabled, so can't restore. I was able to get it to restore once, but after reboot, it said restore unsuccessful. ANY help would be greatly appreciated. I run Win XP Home

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I suggest you get some guided help with the removal by clicking here or here or here or here
Follow the instructions as well as you can, make a post to only one forum, and wait for a response before making another post. Someone will take you under their wing and guide you through the process until your system is cleaned up or you stop responding...

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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