Hi Brusse,Hi Mick,
you might have a virus or a Trojan that changes your DNS servers and redirects your browser. Do you have a anti-virus program installed?
try using this program... malwarebytes is usually pretty good with cleaning up the bad stuff
If you dont have alot of info on your computer I would suggest another clean install.
Hi BrusseHi Brusse,
A quick update on the link you sent me.
It opens up a page the same as the one in my post about MSN messenger, looks like i have serious problems here.
Do you have anymore advice please?
hmmm...if after all these scans keep showing the same 6 Trojans and clicking the fix button doesnt seem to help..... you can always try resetting your router. shut it off for about 30 sec... then turn it back on ... resetting the router may flush the pesky dns address that the trojan put there....
and thx for the update.... hope everything comes out clean!!! glad to hear you didint have any probs with your clean install
you probably already know this... but after all is clean , see if you can use windows update just to make sure it is fixed
Hi Brusse and Ian,Do you have the names of the Trojan infections you have? If you have a bad rootkit infection, it is possible that you could still be infected (if your MBR was infected) - but it would have to be really bad for that to happen.
Thanks for the reply.
I'll give the link a try and let you know how it goes.
I have a fresh install of windows 7 on a large part of the hard drive partition and on the other part about 10 gig of old stuff from previous versions of windows i've tried and wanted to save. Could it be possible that has the virus and giving me the errors on the partition i use?
Hi Brusse,Hi Mick,
Did you save this 10 GB partition when you did the last clean install (after malwarebytes) ? And did you use malwarebytes to scan the 10 GB space as well?
And Ian is right... a list of the trojans may help ....