Question about Dell Latitude D800 Notebook
If you are using the microsoft anti spyware app then I would get rid of that and use spybot search and destroy and if you have the tea timer running then disable that as that may do it.
also if you go to http://www.hijackthis.de and download the utility and run it and save the log to your desktop and then go to the same site and scroll to the bottom and click on the browse button and upload the log file and it will analyse it for you and you use the same utility to remove anything in internet explorer that it states is dodgy ie it has a red cross.
Also if you get a squared and avg free and update the virus defintions on both and run those ( I suggest you update the defintions first and reboot into safe mode with networking and then run the scans )
Also if you have system restore enabled disable that whilst you run the scans and then delete the old system restore points unless you want to keep them and then re enable system restore
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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