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  1. Haha, very true! Unfortunately (but fortunately in this case), this is not his first virus. So I am pretty good at getting through the Anti-Malware software despite the Japanese. I am hoping to get this finished before he comes home from work to be a good surprise when he comes home. I will let you know if it is a success or not when I am finished. ( )
  2. Thank you VERY much. I know this took you some time to put together and I really appreciate it! I was able to find the Proxy settings. Though after all of this, the box was unchecked. (>_<) Haha, go figure. I guess I will take David's advice and see if there is another Malware on his computer that is causing this problem. ( ps: Thanks David for also uploading a picture. It helps a lot! )
  3. Thanks for your response David. Now here comes the really annoying part of my request. I was able to get so far as Control Panel --> Internet Options. However, I do not know the Japanese word for "Connections". Any ideas as to which button it might be ( guessing by location an images )? Thanks for putting up with me!
  4. Hello, My boyfriend recently got a virus on his computer. I wish I could remember the name of it, but I don't. Anywho, he came running to me because I'm a programmer, and people often mistake programmers as people who can fix computers. I was able to remove the virus, but now Internet Explorer is having some trouble. When I open Explorer I get a blank screen and a spinning wheel forever. I am unable to close the program or access the tools. I read though this post: ( http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=33273 ) which suggested that I access Explorer's LAN settings and
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