For all these issues, it would have been a bit easier to solve everyones problem if you all would have started new threads...
Now, with that said, has any person that has posted here checked into it being Virus/Malware related?
CHECK IT OUT
If you have virus protection, make sure your DAT files are current, and that you scan your system often. Make sure it is set up to automatically scan incoming email, and scripts.
Check your system for malware:
Install, Update and Run both. Remove whatever it finds.
Let the techs check it after that, so go get:
Hijack This - http://www.spywareinfo.com/~merijn/files/HijackThis.exe
Install, Run and post your log IN YOUR NEW THREAD for technical assessment.
How do I clear my internet cache and cookies?
To clear the cache, cookies, and history from Internet Explorer or AOL, perform the following steps:
1. Close all open Internet Explorer and/or AOL windows using the X in upper right corner of the window.
2. From the Start menu, select Settings, and then click Control Panel. In Windows XP, from the start menu, click Control Panel.
3. In the Control Panel, double-click Internet Options.
4. From the General tab, click Delete Files.
5. From the Delete Files dialog box, click to select Delete all offline content, and click OK.
Step 6 through Step 12 detail how to manually clear cookies. To clear cookies automatically, Internet Explorer 6 users may click Delete Cookies; then, from the Delete Cookies dialog box, click OK.
6. Under Temporary Internet files, click Settings.
7. Under Check for newer versions of stored pages, ensure that Automatically is selected, and click View Files.
8. From the Edit menu, click Select All.
9. From the File menu, click Delete.
10. From the WARNING dialog box, click Yes.
11. To close the Cookies window, click X.
12. From the Settings dialog box, click OK.
After clearing cookies, your browser may not automatically log in to certain Web sites. If this occurs, you will need to manually log into the site(s) using your user name/user ID and password.