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Get an anti-virus program. A great little free-tool is Windows Defender. Go to the Microsoft Website, and download Windows Defender. Then run a Complete Scan. If that can't find the problem, then try a comercial anti-virus program such as Norton or McAfee.
Please note, however, that no matter how much you get rid of this "virus", your computer will never perform the way it used to. My main suggestion is to backup all your important data to somewhere else (either online, on a disk, or on another computer. DO NOT BACK IT UP TO YOUR HARD DRIVE!!). Reinstall Windows XP or Vista, and reformat your hard drive. Look on the Microsoft Website if you need any help about Reformating.
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
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