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Dear,

I am using windows2003(vistacapable)& ie-7,this is office p.c,
and also i am using a limited accound,


Today when i started my pc i found my display turning blue and my homepage opening automatically,and i cant find any minimizetab or closetab,nothing in the taskmaneger,wen i endprocess(explorer.exe) in taskmaneger the whole icons in my display will be dissapered,it is coming again and again,i done>tools>internetoptions>advanced>reso... advanced settings and reset,but no use still my display is filled with my homepage, i am using kaspersky and windows defender those are being well updated ...
i used alt+f4 but the shutdown option is coming,
few days before i had uninstalled mozilafirefox ,
is this dew to that?
or is it virus?
and now i had installed mozila,but my still my default brouser is windows.
i pray before you to give me a solution..
so please help me..........
please...


with prayers ,
rahul.

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It is a virus definitely. I have a friend who had the exact same problem with Vista on his Sony Vaio laptop. Lucky for him it was under warranty, and he was able to get it replaced. It is definitely a virus. Mozilla doesnt shopup and IE7 having problems connecting to any site.

I recommend that you try this online utility to scan for malware, virus, adware, etc:
http://housecall65.trendmicro.com/
I generally run my antivirus and Syware remover software on a daily basis, and thought my system was clean. However, I chanced upon this site and simply did a scan (its FREE!!) and it found 2 trojans, 3 malware and a host of other stuff. I really recommend you try it..its FREE after all :)

If that doesnt resolve your issue, I recommend doing a system restore. there is no other way.

Hope you rate this solution as Fixya. I would greatly appreciate your show of gratitude.

Cheers!
IrishDruid

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It is a virus definitely. I have a friend who had the exact same problem with Vista on his Sony Vaio laptop. Lucky for him it was under warranty, and he was able to get it replaced. It is definitely a virus. Mozilla doesnt shopup and IE7 having problems connecting to any site.

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Hope you rate this solution as Fixya. I would greatly appreciate your show of gratitude.

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Yes it is a virus. do one thing do a system restrore.But take all the backup first because once you do a system restore it will restore you PC to earlier time and all the data will erased.to do a system restore go to start>programs>all accessories>system tools>system information.

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