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I have voices that come thru while I am on line at diferent times and diferent voices. I have tried to get rid of them by removing cookies and some programs. I also have about four programs installed for prevention and to protect my computer. What can I do to stop them???

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    Ian Cormier May 11, 2010

    please stop making new threads and respont to the old ones!

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Reformat your hard drive. Sounds like you have too many programs installed to protect your computer. One of these computers may be some sort of spyware.

You only need one good antivirus software program with a firewall. You must subscribe to them every year in order to continue to get virus updates.

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