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I can get on the yahoo site. but if i try to go to another page of yahoo it goes to e machine site

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You don't mention it in detail.
Here is a few suggestion
If you are at your office, you might to try proxy, try to enter this site and insert the site of your needs , for instance if you want to go to yahoo mail , you should type this "http://www.mail.yahoo.com and then press the button submit. There you are
Second case if you are redirecting to the site of e-machine, you might be get malicious spyware or dns poisoning, try this software "spyware search and destroy" , adware removal, and hijackthis, and also try "threat fire", perform a scanner of each software trough the entire disk, for the threat fire , scan any rootkit, and don't forget to install the newest update for your antivirus program, hope this can be solved, don't forget to vote

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