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wael_tawfek
After I Connect to the internet via DSL connection, I realize that a huge amout of data is received without downloading any files,Just use facebook ..any one can explain it for me plz?
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    Tig2

    That you have a virus or trojan. Please disconnect from the internet and reboot. Then go to Safe Mode without Networking and run your AntiVirus and SpyWare checkers. Remove anything that they find by using the protocols they suggest.

    If you do not have AV and AntiSpyWare, go to http://www.grisoft.com to download AVG Free and to http://www.safer-networking.org/index2.html to download Spybot S&D which is also free.

    There is a wide variety of free tools available, these are only two suggestions.

    Good luck!

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    OH Smeg

    Windows Auto Updates turned on?

    If you do this is checking for any updates whenever you log in to the Net. That allows M$ to accept a lot of information that you know very little about. But because M$ is such a nice company they tell us that there is no Personally Identifiable Information sent.

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    OldER Mycroft

    And give some consideration to Windows Bit Defender.

    Ater all, M$ wouldn't be able to reassure us all that they didn't remove anything unless they were able to reassure us that they don't use File Indexing!

    And Bit Defender seems to choose when and where to go on the random rampage.

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    Tig2

    That you have a virus or trojan. Please disconnect from the internet and reboot. Then go to Safe Mode without Networking and run your AntiVirus and SpyWare checkers. Remove anything that they find by using the protocols they suggest.

    If you do not have AV and AntiSpyWare, go to http://www.grisoft.com to download AVG Free and to http://www.safer-networking.org/index2.html to download Spybot S&D which is also free.

    There is a wide variety of free tools available, these are only two suggestions.

    Good luck!

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    OH Smeg

    Windows Auto Updates turned on?

    If you do this is checking for any updates whenever you log in to the Net. That allows M$ to accept a lot of information that you know very little about. But because M$ is such a nice company they tell us that there is no Personally Identifiable Information sent.

    Col

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    OldER Mycroft

    And give some consideration to Windows Bit Defender.

    Ater all, M$ wouldn't be able to reassure us all that they didn't remove anything unless they were able to reassure us that they don't use File Indexing!

    And Bit Defender seems to choose when and where to go on the random rampage.