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My Microsoft Security Essentials popped up and reported finding a trojan which i promptly deleted/removed. Sorry i forget the name now. I then ran super antispyware scan and it found 2 trojans which i again deleted. Since then the computer has been running very very slowly. Web pages take like forever to load, Internet Explorer keeps freezing when i try to open programs, view pics etc and even more annoying is that i cant watch any FLV movies or files on the net including youtube. They keep buffering and stopping. I have installed and run scans with different antispywares with no luck at all. I have tried

I also have buzqo.com as my default page on IE and i dodnt know where this has come from

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