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ongoing trouble , starts within hours after running scans

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by SoTiredOfDealing, Feb 5, 2015.

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    for months I have had same issue,, this started back awhile when my new system was hit when an app had issues.. a company charged to come online to fix but still seeing issues return.. Have wiped computer back to factory twice.. and again I start dealing with first slow running,, than unable to access settings, than unable to access problems , to everything dragging and finally dead lovely blue or black screen

    can someone please help find and clean this visitor that I am tired of living in my computer ;)

    as stated I have done a factory restore ,,complete twice.. I download back the browsers Firefox and Chrome only to learn they had also reloaded my prior profiles..

    thought I had that all clean but unsure and I only have firefox and ie and the issue is coming back..

    I have run. Malwarebytes , and again ran using their Chamleon.. I have Windows Security Essentials and for some reason now I have Windows Firewall with Advance Security and I was unable to make any changes to any program or download updates.. I solved that for now last night doing Malwarebytes, followed by Spybot , Ccleaner and Privacy Mantra ... Firefox was and still to a point eating up memory fast,, and creating multiple files for users profile.. I am lost ,, nothing has ever shown under MSE and Malwarebytes with catch tracks but feel there is something still on here
     
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