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Head to Lavasoft.com and download their Adaware application (it's free).
I find it uncovers the broadest range of 'adware' and spyware, some malware too.
See how your system recovers after that, then think about a serious virus protection plan going forward. I'm a Norton guy myself but there are other options out there as well.
Best of luck William
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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