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I have a child who uses this computer for homework and My Space and I can't let him use it until I get rid of this.

Why aren't these clean-up programs getting rid of it?

Next, open the Control Panel-Add/Remove Programs section and uninstall any programs that aren't supposed to be there or you don't need. And just in case, please check for this: Look for the file below and if there...(There may be a legitimate "wsdmaud.sys" file elsewhere on the computer but if found in the System32 folder, delete it.: C:/Windows/system32/Delete it (or move/rename) and Reboot.__________________________________Another thought.. The ones I'm seeing it on are Yahoo (my mail page and news stories), AOL (when I click on a news story to read it), Facebook (as a "banner" across the top of the page) and even this page, after I hit "reply" and go to the next screen on here, at times there'll be a porn ad here.

Next, use BOTH of the tools mentioned earlier in this thread AGAIN while in SAFE MODE.. If Myspace is your home page, try setting a different homepage such as Google.. I've been gone, have not had a chance to do the HOSTS thing, frankly it intimidates me a bit.

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Suddenly, the normal web pages I visit (i.e., Yahoo, AOL, MSN) have pornographic ads on the pages.

Once there, in the "Browsing History" section, remove ALL files in the "Temporary Internet Files" and "Cookies" section..

If you're using another browser such as Firefox, etc., then it's also important to clear out all cookies and internet cache as well.

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