Thank you for your response. I spent 14 hours yesterday researching this problem, and it takes more than a dirty Hosts Trojan with a queer name to get me down. I found a form of QHost on my computer. Not the regular ones, because none of the regular tools did the trick. However, when I, in safe mode, browsed through my Windows system 32 folder under driver, etc, hosts; there was a whole list of phony addresses for google everything. I deleted them, then scanned with smitfraud then cleaned, then ran a disk clean up, then ran a clean on the regestry then I rebooted, then I replaced the infected files, then I rebooted, then I restarted in safe mode went to c:/Windows/Temp clicked edit, select all, delete. Then I went to c:/Documents&Settings/[listed user]/lacolsettings/temp, clicked edit, select all, and delete. Reboot, and then updated my Windows, restarted. After all this I got online and went to Google... Halelujah the page loaded right up, and then the real test I typed tree into the engine, and praise God information on trees came up. All of the phony addresses started with a 7, and the real ones were all 127.0 etc. the QHost.WU trojan writes addreses starting with a 9, so I don't know what it was specifically. Thank you for responding so quickly though.