I have a pop up that wont go away! It pops ip every five minutes and won't go away! Help!!!!!!!!!!?

The message says that there's a problem with the computer, and in order for it to get fixed, and stop the constant messages is to buy some package for $49!!! I don't know how it got on my computer but I want it gone. What do I do?

8 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    you have spyware on your computer

    Use these to check for and remove spyware.

    All of these are ones that I personally use and all are free.After you install any of them,make sure you update them to get the full affect.

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    Make sure after you download any of these, that you update them.

    Hope this helps

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Is the advertising that it is try to sell you one of these useless products?




    Antispyware Soldier,









    Security iGuard,







    Spyware Vanisher,

    Spyware Soft Stop,





    TitanShield Antispyware,

    Trust Cleaner,


    Virtual Maid,





    If so, then you have a Smitfraud infection and a free removal tool called SmitFraudFix with the removal procedure is here:


    More infomation and another free removal tool called RogueFix can be found here:


    Even more info:


    Most "All-Purpose" malware apps such as AVG, Norton, Spybot etc unforturnayly can not remove this vile pest called Smitfraud.

    Good luck.

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  • 1 decade ago

    i'll solve your problem.. its plain and simple.. get a mac!!!!! no pop ups no viruses. i just got the mac os x tiger and i'll never go back to windows. everything is built into my monitor and best of all no system crashes..i can do so much more with my mac than i ever could with windows. with windows you constantly have to upgrade, or buy something to stop something only for something else to come up. all the software for mac is built and made from apple. i bet bill gates has a mac

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  • 1 decade ago

    most virus are spread through IE. IE is not a safe browser. you should use a more secure browser to protect your PC from virus.

    i recommand you to use firefox with Google toolbar. firefox can block any any popup and disable any virus and adware, spyware on webpage, so, firefox is much safer than IE browser. as you know, most of virus spread throught internet and webpage.

    besides, firefox is much smaller than IE, so it run faster than IE.

    download firefox for free, Just have a try:


    Merry Xmas !!! Happy NewYear !!!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Some of that so called "free" software finally got the best of you! Unless you can provide info on what program its telling you to buy, you aint gonna get much more help than "Your PC is infested"!

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  • Mark
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    I had the same problem, and I found this guide. http://www.basicspywaretips.com/stop-pop-ups.html

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  • 1 decade ago

    get adaware


    se personal its free

    get update, reboot and do a full scan

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  • 1 decade ago

    try scaning your pc for spyware or else

    you have to reformat your computer

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