hi. i have a hard drive that had been working. today i opened it up and only saw 3 nonsensical files and all my files are gone. the drive indicator still says that the files are in there because the "free space" left is quite small. is there anyway i can recover all the stuff that's in there? please help! :(

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hi. i was wondering if enabling upnp will interfere with web browsing. i had to enable it for torrents, but my web browsing has significantly slowed or even stopped. even though i've limited my downloads to half of what i'm capable of i'm still having problems web browsing. what am i doing wrong?

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installed something that had a malware hidden. now it's doing that fake virus alert thing and redirecting my internet clicks to some spam sites. i did a malwarebytes scan and clean that i think worked but when i did the smitfraud fix it was as if the malwarebytes fix were nullified and the problem came back. so i redid the malware bytes again and did a hijack scan. here are the scans. please help. thanks Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 1.24 Database version: 1026 Windows 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2 08:34:39 PM 9/1/2008 mbam-log-9-1-2008 (20-34-39).txt Scan type: Quick Scan Objects scanned: 39777 Time elapsed: …

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installed something that had a malware hidden. now it's doing that fake virus alert thing and redirecting my internet clicks to some spam sites. i did a malwarebytes scan and clean that i think worked but when i did the smitfraud fix it was as if the malwarebytes fix were nullified and the problem came back. so i redid the malware bytes again and did a hijack scan. here are the scans. please help. thanks Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 1.24 Database version: 1026 Windows 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2 08:34:39 PM 9/1/2008 mbam-log-9-1-2008 (20-34-39).txt Scan type: Quick Scan Objects scanned: 39777 Time elapsed: …

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what's making my desktop crash everytime i open a folder with a lot of folders? i open my music folder and desktop immediately crashes.

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hi. not sure which section this goes as i'm new to all of this but here goes... i just got a new computer. i did get bogged down with some viruses but i managed to clean them all... at least all my antivirus/spywayre/etc say i have nothing wrong. however, my desktop often crashes when i'm opening folders and such. here is the report i got from that hijackthis thing. i'm new to all this so sorry if i don't know what i'm talking about or what to do. >_< Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2 Scan saved at 02:45:25, on …

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