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I posted this in another section, but I think it went in the wrong section, because I didn't get any answers.

A week or so ago, my Firefox browser's back button stopped working. I couldn't figure out how to fix it, so I uninstalled Firefox and tried to reinstall it, but it wouldn't for some reason. It would download, but then I couldn't get it to install.

So, I started using Google Chrome, which I already have on my computer and the back button was working fine for a few hours, but then started doing the same thing it was doing in Firefox!

What happens is when I click the back button, it looks like it's trying to go back to the previous page. I can see it for just a second and the it just reloads the page I'm currently on. I thought this might be some sort of spyware or virus problem, but I ran my Avira and SuperAntiSpyware and that did'nt help.

Can you help? This is a really frustrating problem!

Oh, and in addition, my SuperAntiSpyware won't update. I don't know if the two things have anything to do with eachother.

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Once you format your PC and install the browsers again and keep on updating your anti-virus software!!

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I just realized it's not just my browser's back buttons, it's doing it in control panel and stuff like that in windows.

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What version IE do you have installed?
The reason I posted that, Sarah, is because the navigation buttons are used by many Windows components, as well as browsers. Without checking, I believe they form some part of an IE dll, and as such are likely used by third party browsers. You might try removing all IE addons.

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