Is my computer broken, what's wrong with it?

okay so the following are broken:

1 yahoo mail can't open (opens with title only)

2 yahoo messager cant receive messages but with sounds of receiving except for BUZZ!

3 youtube videos not appearing but site is working

4 friendster is not functioning (except for viewing displays)

5 xp search engine dosent show the callout>to search & is empty

6 system restore is not working (only with blank page)

*i have an PAYED internet connection of PLDT's DSL

*Problems started since the uninstallation of Kaspersky security 2009 trial pack with lincense (co'z it's expired) and the re installation AGAIN of kaspersky security 2009 without license & it's hard stupid uninstallation*

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Get Lavasoft Ad-Aware and let it update and fully scan your PC. Also get AVG Free, the free virus protection software (Avast is good, too). Let it also update and fully scan your PC. There is also Spybot Search & Destroy to get tough malware out of your system. But, try Ad-Aware and AVG Free for now. AVG Free will be your regular anti-virus software (like kaspersky) whereas Ad-Aware is something you manually run now and then to clean things up.

    All these items can be found at www.download.com

    Good luck!

  • 4 years ago

    relies upon on the humming sound. placed your hand on the case, are you able to sense the vibrations like a heavy humming? in case you could, it is between the followers bearings have lengthy gone, maximum in all probability the CPU fan, CPU fan and heatsink, a sparkling one is from about £5-£6 or extra, relying on socket variety and fan/heatsink you get. labour prices to placed it in/replace the unique fan will be anyting from £25 or extra (relying on the position you bypass to get it fastened) is also the PSU fan, which will propose the finished PSU will want replacing, PSU will fee you about £24+ labour charge in case you sense no vibrations coming with the help of the case, it would basically be a cable touching the fan contained in the case,

  • 1 decade ago

    Mr. Feder, you ask a lot of questions. Do you have an open window? Try throwing it out the window and see if you feel any better.

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