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dl this spyware checker, update it and then run a complete scan in safe mode, sounds like you may have some sort of infection.

If it finds anything, select any boxes that are not already selected and click next to remove them, reboot and then try it.
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2 x WD 500GB SATA 2 2 x SATA DVD-RW Vista Ultimate 32" HD TFT on HDMI 
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post #12 of 13
Start > Settings > Control Panel > Internet Options.

Now click on Connections Tab. Make sure the box for dial-up and VPN are empty, if not clear it out. Now go to advanced. make sure ALLLLLLLLL of the boxes on this page (even automatiaclly detect settings) are unchecked. Close all open browser windows before starting this. See if you can get to any websites now.

If you're still unable to access any webpage, see if you can access the HTML setup for your router. (If you don't know how, put the IP for your router into the address box of your browser. I strongly recommend you use IE if you can, or the most vanilla browser you have). If this page WILL display, something is up with your router settings, and you should reset it to factory defaults. If it won't display, something is wrong with your windows. Reboot in safe mode with network, and see if you can view a web page. if you can the problem is related to software (probably firewall, which you should unisntall\
einstall). If you still can't view any website, it's time to reinstall.
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thx guys i ended up reinstalling windows after trying troubleshooting it for 2 days but thx for the help any way
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