how do you fix a computer/browser issue where i keep getting redirected after using google ?
everytime i click on a search item in google .. i will get redirected to a random website.
sometimes its sites ive visited previously (even tho i remove my cookies and history regularly).
other times its a fake windows site that says i have malware and starts scanning my computer in the browser screen.
is it some kind of tracking / malware virus ??
is it dangerous ?
how can i get rid of it ??
- 10 years agoFavorite Answer
Sounds like you have mixture of Adware and Spyware follow the instructions below to resolve your problems.
First thing to do is reset your internet settings back to default, go to control panel, internet options, click on the "advanced" tab, then on the reset button, whilst in internet options click on the connections tab, then on LAN Settings and clear any ticked boxes, except for the "automatically detect settings box" finally click ok.
Next thing to do is a quick scan with a program called Malwarebytes its very effective and free, you may have to download it to a USB memory stick using another computer and transfer it to the infected one if you are unable to get on the internet.
Finally scan your PC with Hitman Pro it scans with five different anti-virus engines at once and only takes 10mins, click next and activate the 30 day free trial once the scan has finished and it will remove any malware found.
Please email me and let me know if it worked, thanks :)
- Anonymous4 years ago
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- BusterLv 610 years ago
It sounds like you picked up a virus that redirects all your searches. Download and install superantispyware. Here is the link:
Also, install Web Of Trust ot MacFee Site Advisor. This program will warn you in advance of bad websites.
You may also condiser installed an another web browser like Firefox or Goggle Chrome as a backup.
Make sure to run the Super Anti SpyWare First.
- 6 years ago
You need to look at the minimum specifications in which the game runs; so check to see whether it can or not. I suspect not very well due to the graphics card and the speed of the hard drive. Because it is only 5400 RPM. You can only make it better by look for a 7200 RPM drive that is compatible with your laptop. Increasing the memory to its max might improve the gaming performance. But the video which uses Intel Extreme Graphics Drivers will not be able to upgrade itself except for the drivers with: REIMAGESOFT.COM
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- 10 years ago
Sounds like malware to me. First of all do NOT click on any of the antivirus ads that pop up. I recommend downloading free versions of AVG antivirus and adaware:
- sandyLv 710 years ago
use hitman pro its a 30 day trial it will help get rid of that google redirect virus get at cnet.com