Broni

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    HP h8-1414 Envy
    AMD Six-Core FX-6120
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    AMD Radeon HD 7450 (1GB)
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  1. Adobe Flash, Java acting funny

    Do you use NoScirpt?
  2. FF Crashes

    Can you provide couple more logs?
  3. Yes!! Good luck and stay safe :)
  4. You know, at this point... Since your computer is clean it may be a good idea to create new topic about your current problem in Windows 7 forum. Maybe someone else will come up with some new ideas. Access to this forum is very limited. Just you and me.
  5. Download Windows Repair (All in One) from this site Install the program then run it. NOTE 1. In Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10 right click on the program, click "Run As Administrator". NOTE 2. Disable your antivirus program before running Windows Repair. Go to Step 3 and click on Check button next to 1. See If Check Disk Is Needed. If the tool that the Check Disk is needed click on Do It button next to 2. Check Disk. In that case make sure you restart computer. Once the above is done go to Step 4 and allow it to run System File Check by clicking on Do It button: Go to Step 5 and under "System Restore" click on Create button: Go to Repairs tab and click Open Repairs button. In next window.... Leave all checkmarks as they're. Click on Start Repairs button. Post Windows Repair log which is located in the following folder: 64-bit systems - C:\Program Files (x86)\Tweaking.com\Windows Repair (All in One)\Logs 32-bit systems - C:\Program Files\Tweaking.com\Windows Repair (All in One)\Logs
  6. try to reinstall/update/roll back that driver. Whatever will work. If the drive is internal it was scanned with our tools but you know how it works. One more tool can detect something else.
  7. Normally you scan external drives with your AV program. Should be sufficient. Did you try to reinstall/update nVidia driver?
  8. Happy Birthday JRAM

    I apologize :) I sent you wishes through Facebook but somehow I missed this topic. Happy Birthday my friend :)
  9. FF Crashes

    Can you provide couple more logs? Can you access that site with other browsers with no problem?
  10. Your computer is clean 1. This step will remove all cleaning tools we used, it'll reset restore points (so you won't get reinfected by accidentally using some older restore point) and it'll make some other minor adjustments... This is a very crucial step so make sure you don't skip it. Download DelFix by Xplode to your desktop. Delfix will delete all the used tools and logfiles. Double-click Delfix.exe to start the tool. Make sure the following items are checked: Activate UAC (optional; some users prefer to keep it off) Remove disinfection tools Create registry backup Purge System Restore Reset system settings Now click "Run" and wait patiently. Once finished a logfile will be created. You don't have to attach it to your next reply. 2. Make sure Windows Updates are current. 3. If any trojans, rootkits or bootkits were listed among your infection(s), make sure, you change all of your on-line important passwords (bank account(s), secured web sites, etc.) immediately! 4. Check if your browser plugins are up to date. Firefox - https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/plugincheck/ other browsers: https://browsercheck.qualys.com/ (click on "Scan without installing plugin" and then on "Scan now") 5. Download, and install WOT (Web OF Trust): http://www.mywot.com/. It'll warn you (in most cases) about dangerous web sites. 6. Run Malwarebytes "Quick scan" once in a while to assure safety of your computer. 7. Run Temporary File Cleaner (TFC), AdwCleaner and Junkware Removal Tool (JRT) weekly (you need to redownload these tools since they were removed by DelFix). 8. Download and install Secunia Personal Software Inspector (PSI): http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal/. The Secunia PSI is a FREE security tool designed to detect vulnerable and out-dated programs and plug-ins which expose your PC to attacks. Run it weekly. 9. (optional) If you want to keep all your programs up to date, download and install FileHippo Update Checker. The Update Checker will scan your computer for installed software, check the versions and then send this information to FileHippo.com to see if there are any newer releases. 10. When installing\updating ANY program, make sure you always select "Custom " installation, so you can UN-check any possible "drive-by-install" (foistware), like toolbars etc., which may try to install along with the legitimate program. Do NOT click "Next" button without looking at any given page. 11. Read: How did I get infected?, With steps so it does not happen again!: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic2520.html Simple and easy ways to keep your computer safe and secure on the Internet: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/keep-your-computer-safe-online/ About those Toolbars and Add-ons - Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs) which change your browser settings: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/407147/answers-to-common-security-questions-best-practices/#entry3187642 12. Please, let me know, how your computer is doing.
  11. Welcome wunderbar_87

    Hello wunderbar_87, Welcome to Smartest Computing. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. wunderbar_87 joined on the 03/23/2017. View Member