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Stop ads from running on background of computer

i Have windows 7 and i have ran ad aware and malwerbytes and i still have internet ads running without the internet being open. im sure this is some sore of virse that my scans are not picking up how do i get rid of it??

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Adaware is a bit dated. Try the scans noted by Grif.
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It always helps to explain exactly "what is displayed" it may refer to something we know of. Further, checkout:

http://forums.cnet.com/spyware-viruses-security-forum/

and find the sticky post and try the s/w links, etc. Plus, post *there* any problems you have. Further, you may need to do alot of checking this and that, so don't be dismayed in the time taken. Let's hope you have an active AV pgm. firewall and malware scanner. As already stated to you, Ad-aware is too old, get a better one or chuck it, it's not so capable any more. If like try the AV pgm, AVAST. If you install it, when it asks, allow it to do a "boot scan" for a complete checking out. You may want to use windows own malicious scanner too, click on it, be sure its updated and scan.

http://www.microsoft.com/security/pc-security/malware-removal.aspx

tada -----Willy Happy

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