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Google redirect my computer is acting weird google keeps redirecting me every time i try to go to a site its very anoying plz help...

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    I also noticed that many times my address bar shows some random IP address instead of www.google.com

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You need to download a program called SUPERAntiSpyware Home Edition (free version) it should scan your computer and remove a virus that is currently on your computer this should get remove the virus

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