I'm having a problem near-identical to one I found on this website. Direct link to similar problem: http://www.daniweb.com/techtalkforums/thread19022.html
Beginning a few weeks ago, my computer suddenly won't let me compose, reply, or delete emails on Yahoo; won't let me click 'send' to my anti-virus software Live Help for help; won't let me click 'send' to Comcast Live Support for help with this issue; and won't let me click other miscellaneous 'buttons' as well (it lets me click them, but it won't do anything...like redirect me to where I'm suppose to go). When I first sign into Yahoo, I get a screen that tells me my browser settings are preventing me from redirecting to a new URL.
I have no idea what caused this to suddenly start happening, so I tried to do a system restore, which I've done enough times to know how. But when I click on the system restore feature, nothing happens...no screen comes up like it used to.
Anyway, the above link sounded identical to my problem, except that he has dial-up, and I have cable. My computer is a Gateway, Windows XP, Netgear Internet Connection, use Internet Explorer for Internet, umm.... not sure what you need to know. Please let me know what you need in order to help me. I would very much appreciate help!
Thank you very much,
PS. On a side note, my computer was also shutting down spontaneously when I clicked on Music Match Jukebox icon--- it would just restart every time, never let me in. I paid for Stop Sign (eAcceleration) software because we didn't have any, and it fixed my problem with Music Match. Some of the infected files were titled with 'system volume information/_restore.......' just like in the guy's log on the link above. But yea, it only fixed the MMJ problem-- not the redirecting URL problem.