Re: pop ups



e.rn11.com hater
07-10-2005, 02:52 AM
Microsoft anti-spyware beta does not remove e.rn11.com, nothing does.

"DLink Guru" wrote:

> I prefer spyware doctor and the Microsoft anti-spyware beta is pretty good.
>
>
> "Very happily connected" <Veryhappilyconnected@discussions.microsoft.com>
> wrote in message news:54F18741-35BC-4DD5-8CE4-E621295C4B84@microsoft.com...
> > We have tried spycatcher and it found alot but there are still those two
> > that
> > are shutting down anything we try to open. Is there any 1 spyware remover
> > that is better that others?
> >
> > "DLink Guru" wrote:
> >
> >> Download adaware or spyware doctor or one of the hundres of anti malware
> >> products out there. Sounds like you have been hijaked.
> >>
> >>
> >> "Very happily connected" <Veryhappilyconnected@discussions.microsoft.com>
> >> wrote in message
> >> news:E64F4E28-9011-408F-B0F0-FA9E07054EFC@microsoft.com...
> >> > OK last night after 5 days of no internet we finally got my boyfriends
> >> > internet connection back with the fix to error 10106..... Now that he
> >> > is
> >> > back
> >> > on the internet he keeps getting pop ups from some paypopup.com and
> >> > they
> >> > stop
> >> > whatever he was trying to do. If he was trying to load his MyComputer
> >> > it
> >> > stops and shows these block ups. He has service pack 1 and defender pro
> >> > firewall and anti virus pop up blocker. Is there anything we can do to
> >> > stop
> >> > pop ups from paypopup.com and e.rn11/adbuys/a405-amed-ron?
> >>
> >>
> >>
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Re: pop ups