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I have done that! ads are still not going!!!!
Can you post a screen shot of these adds please ?
 
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Can you post a screen shot of these adds please ?
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Did the Addblock Plus you have by any chance say BETA next to it ?? I have just installed it and still see adverts. I'd say get shot of it and see what happens :-)

Also what scans have you run. More details = more help we can give you :-)
 
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Did the Addblock Plus you have by any chance say BETA next to it ?? I have just installed it and still see adverts. I'd say get shot of it and see what happens :-)

Also what scans have you run. More details = more help we can give you :-)
Do you mean computer scans???

If Yes, then I have made a scan on AVG, Malwarebytes and Norton; no virus is found...
 
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When i was using Chrome there was two Adblockers, the very popular one and the other one that said it was a beta, the beta one was better imo, but you need to make sure you sub to the right lists.

I dont use Chrome any more so cant tell you any more than that.

 


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When i was using Chrome there was two Adblockers, the very popular one and the other one that said it was a beta, the beta one was better imo, but you need to make sure you sub to the right lists.

I dont use Chrome any more so cant tell you any more than that.
Can you (undo) a command...in CMD...

 
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What command did you type in CMD ??


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a scan on AVG, and Norton

I hope you haven't got both AVG and Norton installed on your computer. The two will conflict with each other.

Try using the Offline defender I linked to in a previous post. Its a brilliant tool and often pics up stuff that other AV's and scans don't

Failing that, do a HJT and head over to Bleepingcomputers.com

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What command did you type in CMD ??
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Nope once you have run " ipconfig /flushdns " you can't undo the command.

DNSflush clears the DNS cache, which essentially stores the locations ( IP addresses ) of websites you have recently visited. Once its cleared its cleared.
 
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So what it actually do?

 
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