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constant redirect

by mgorenstein / July 5, 2010 4:42 AM PDT

I have windows xp Gatway intel pentium(r) 4 cpu 3 GHZ 504 mb of ram. I have been using internet explorer. Lately I am constantly being redirected when I do a google search and click on one of the address choices given. Is this a worm or virus. I used malaware and spiware but found nothing suspicious.

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There was an old program...
by Papa Echo / July 5, 2010 10:11 AM PDT
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"CWShredder" not updated since 2005. Google for it and see whether it still works.....

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An upgrade to a way better system is, highly recommended.
by LucJPatenaude / July 5, 2010 1:33 PM PDT
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You, now, need, a much newer O.S., way more RAM, newer and better graphics/video card, newer and better sound chipset and, well, heck, everything needs to be overhauled on that computer desk of yours.

It would cost you an arm and leg just to bring that system to today's world status, buddy.

Go to the nearest used or factory outlet of electronics devices and computer packages available on sale. Buying the cheapest one will certainly be better than the dinosaur one you currently possess.

Happy shopping month! Wink

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