by LoGiCaL__ on Tue Jul 24, 2012 8:35 pm ([msg=68289]see Re: Browser Problems[/msg])
I mean by going to windows button -> accessories -> system tools -> system restore. If you haven't turned it off and haven't added anything important to the pc in the mean time, it may have created a restore point to before the issue with the browser started happening. It doesn't always work especially with some decent malware, but it's worth the extra minute worth of time to find out.
by cyberdrain on Sun Aug 05, 2012 4:50 pm ([msg=68564]see Re: Browser Problems[/msg])
Have you tried a simple netstat test: netstat -ano? Use that command when no software should be connected to the Internet and any ESTABLISHED connection is a problem. Check the process ID of the software and remove it. It's not waterproof (far from it actually), but it sometimes works.