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  1. This problem started on the 15th of March. I didn't even download anything. It just popped up right out of nowhere. Here's the problem. Whenever I go to a website such as Wikia, Gamefaqs and Nexus Mods (This problem hasn't happened with Reddit, Facebook, Tumblr and Youtube) A bunch of annoying ads appear and clog up the screen, preventing me from using anything. Details: An Around the web page appears on the right, blocking the scrolling bar. A video that appears in the middle of the screen, except because of Adblock Plus, it just stays gray. Any links that I click on, or rather anything at all that I click, it leads to some stupid advertisement in a new tab. And sometimes, the website it self cuts to an ad. These advertisements include: Reimage repair,PCkeeper, Dallas homes,Animal Jam, Bleach Online,Flash player updates, Spin the lucky wheel and others. And the worst part? No anti virus/malware/adware software that I use can get rid of it. Tried deleting programs from Windows 10 on the control panel. Nothing changed. Tried using Chrome cleanup tool. Nothing changed. Tried using Spybot-Search and Destroy. Nothing changed. Tried using Malwarebytes - Anti Malware. It did help, but only for one day. The annoying ads just reappeared last night. I rescanned it again using anti-malware but it didn't find any threats. Tried using adwCleaner. Nothing changed. Tried using Junkware Removal tool. Nothing changed. Tried using HitmanPro. Still nothing. All of these softwares that I used were suggested by Malwaretips.com. It did suggest one other as well as some softwares suggested by Youtubers, but due to the malware virus (Don't even know what to call it) I can't download them from their personal websites. My last resort are these forums. So please, if you know what kind of problem that I have, tell me how to fix it. I would like to know the answer as soon as possible for future work. Please and thank you.
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