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  • Hi CM, I used Firefox up until a week ago and a similar thing happened to me...mine was a Trojan of the Vundo class and was a "B" to get rid of. Do the usual, safe-mode/clean cookies/history etc then virus scan/spyware scan/adware scan, then windows live full scan and when windows can't clean some take a note of what they are and manually remove them also from the registry via "regedit". Then download "Vundo remover" and "killbox" to ascertain that you have got all.If it's not that then sorry mate, I cant help :o)

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