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Hello all, I have recently gotten the following errors and I don't know how. I have done a malwarebytes scan and it found 1 i think 7 trojans. I deleted them. I run a dell inspiron 17R laptop windows 64bit, Internet Explorer 9. The following error comes up when i boot my computer and I get 2 little boxes that state the following:



I have seen online that there are scan systems to fix these but I tried to download a fixcleaner.com and it wont download for me, also it clears my history and shuts down my comp with a blue screen and restarts it and I lose the saved usernames and passwords and now trying to use google.com every search I do i get this... Error Refferer

If i do a system restore would that help? Any good scans I could download for free and fix this myself once in a while my IE will say an error has occured and needs to reopen the tab.

Thanks for any help.

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hello ...

doing a system restore is not advisable as these files (on the comp) may be infected .

it sounds like you need more help than we are allowed to give in this section .

do not use any cleaners and so-forth , this may delete files that are critical .

go here : http://forums.malwar...?showtopic=9573

follow the instructions to the best of your abilities and start a topic in the malware removal section as per instructions .

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Hello and welcome to Malwarebytes

Being that the computer is trying to load a DLL file from a temp folder leads me to believe you are infected or have leftovers from an infection.

As CWB has mentioned, don't run any temp file cleaners and seek help from the experts.

If you think you are infected, here are the steps needed to get your computer cleaned....

Please read the following so that you can begin the cleaning process:

IMPORTANT: Don't use any temporary file cleaners unless requested - this can cause data loss and make recovery difficult

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