K-Directory problem please help me.

November 26, 2010 at 06:18:34
Specs: Windows 7 64 Bit

About 3 days ago, every time I search something on google on google chrome, usually the search takes less than half a second, but I was experiencing about 1~2sec then search would begin.

After that, when I clicked searched link, then it would sometimes direct me to different site and then original, or direct me to different site and stay there such as k-directory and few other random sites.

So I got irritated and formatted my computer and went on google again on internet explorer,
and omg it's happening again. Only thing I installed are windows updates + google chrome.

It happens less frequently on google chrome, but more frequently on Internet explorer.

And when I go to google, it's in French, so I have to click English.

Any idea how to remove this??

I downloaded HiJackThis and scanne'd and saved the log.

My OS is Windows 7 64 bit ultimate.
Before I formatted, running Spybot search and destroy did not fix the problem.
Also ran Malware Bytes, and did not fix problem either.
I tried Combo Fix however, my OS is Windows 7 64bit and it did not support it.

My laptop was experiencing same problem but was Windows 7 32bit, so I ran Combofix but It did not completely finish because it was asking me to uninstall CA Anti Virus, which never installed, and could not find it anywhere on my laptop, even in Uninstall program page.

I'm getting recovery disk for my laptop today.

But I would like to know why is this k-directory thing keeps happening on my PC.


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November 26, 2010 at 06:49:25
By any chance you are using a Proxy server for your internet?

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November 26, 2010 at 07:47:23
I'm not sure what mean.

I am using router.

Could it be the router problem?

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November 26, 2010 at 09:24:45
Also if Extensa (who has a good plan, there are many things that can cause problems like this, and the easiest solution would be a proxy that you didn't select).

you can access this by selecting internet options in the control panel, then connections,then lan settings

I would also advise starting ie with out add ons(when opening start with opposite click and select start without add ons. there are some add ons that can mimic this problem)


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November 26, 2010 at 10:06:56

No proxy.

I very rarely use IE.

Most of the time it's google Chrome.

I do not think it's trojan since formatting HD did not help.

Very annoying.

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