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First of all, you want to do an immediate virus scan. There are several virus programs that will do that very thing. A good idea would be to go into safe mode and run both a virus scan and then a spyware scan.
If you need instructions on getting to safe mode, just google it. Works fine.
Also, there are joke programs that do it. Check your start up files to see if anything looks suspicious there. Access that by typing msconfig at the run command. Then go to startup. Remember , if you make changes you will have to reboot.
Move your cursor to the upper left corner of your screen and see if that gives you a menu to get rid of it , too.
Remember something a friend once told me when you are looking for info " Google is your friend !"
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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