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My os is XP Professional. When I travelled outside country, I connected internet at hotel.  Then immediately I was hit by virus that is automaticall change my home page option to xxx.345dh.cn?tg=7, then start displaying many Asian web pages.  I use repair option from original XP installation disk.  I could not remove this virus from reinstallation nor using AVG virus protection program.  That web site, xxx.345dh.cn?tg=7, is always coming back no matter how I tried. Please help me to remove this funny web pages from showing up. ***Links edited/disabled by rpggamergirl, ZAPE***
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download webroot spysweeper.  It costs about 25 dollars a year, but it it the best and will fix you right up.  You have spyware
I recommend downloading and updating malwarebytes.
You can get it free from www.malwarebytes.org
Once updated, reboot into Safe Mode (F8 at startup) and run a scan.
You may also need to download and run HiJackThis from
Once you run the utility save the log file.
You can post it for free analysis here or at
You are primarily looking for items marked with red X's.
You can get a brief overview of Hijackthis here:
Shanmuga SundaramDirector of Software EngineeringCommented:
did you try to restore to your lost known good environment?
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Follow what David-Howard had suggested (scan with MBAM and showing us the hijackthis log)
It's probably one of those chinese infections and if Malwarebytes fails to remove it, combofix will.

YukiwaseAuthor Commented:
Thank you. I have done successfully.
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