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  1. #11
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    Join Date
    Dec 2004
    Here's a link to what nihil suggested...



  2. #12
    And if nothing comes up, I would look into grabbing a rootkit detection kit that is up to date

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Nov 2004
    A quick something that nbody else seems to have mentioned here. You say that you use a dial up connection right. Unless you have a fixed IP (can you do this with dial up?) then your IP address will likely change every time you connect. I would say that it is possibly some kind of malware installed on your end (as do most other people by the looks of it).

    Also, this will probably be a bad suggestion, but has anybody considered some type of hardware problem? If it persists with a clean install could this be a possibility?
    If everything looks perfect, then there is something you don\'t know

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