Question about HP Computers & Internet
It looks that your computer has been hit by a virus/malware: you can try to boot to safe mode (e.g. Hit F8 during boot sequence), delete any 'rogue' process and try to run your installed antivirus/antmalware software.
You can also try to boot to the last good startup state.
If you have a standalone bootable CD/DVD with an installed current antivirus, I would try this first.
Hope it helps and good luck!
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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