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Whenever I'm on my computer there are random voices that pop up sort of like a pop-up ad but with no window. It sounds like a commercial you would hear off of the television. It's usually a cleaning ad. Sometimes it sounds like there are more than one commercials going on at once. I was wondering if anyone else had these problems or if there is anyway to fix it without having to take it some where to get fixed. Anything helps! :)

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I have been dealing with this problem for months. In my case, the random voices were caused by iexplore.exe running in the background (no actual window) and connecting to various sites, then disconnecting again.

When I say "dealing with this" for months, I really mean it. I've been working with two people on Geeks To Go. I have the full version of MBAM, which has not found anything even though it scans every night. I use Process Blocker to stop IE from running, and failing that I've blocked it in Comodo. Teatimer has apparently blocked all of the sites it tries to go to, because when I disable Process Blocker and allow it to run, Comodo shows that it's trying reach a loopback ( address. When I don't want it to run at all, I rename it (in Safe Mode, as it regenerates in Normal mode) to iexplore.bad.

I've used:

MBAM (of course)



Bootkit Remover

MBR Check



Regrun Warrior

Rootkit Revealer

Root Repeal

RK Unhooker

Super Anti-spyware

Hitman Pro 3.5

TDSS Killer

ESET Online Scanner

to name a few, all under request by various experts. I've used Process Monitor and Process Explorer to try and "catch" the process that's initiating this - it doesn't do it in Safe Mode, so it's definitely something that's loading at startup. You may notice that it also makes the attempts hourly, at just about the same time within a second or two, and that there are multiple instances running that start within a second of each other.

That is, if you're situation is the same as mine. I have NOT found the answer yet. Every other instance of this that I've seen written about has resulted in the end user wiping the system, but I'm a stubborn coot and refuse to do so. Why should these creeps win against all the experts out here?

- Russ

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