Hello, oh great tech gurus. Been a long while since I've been here due to the excellent advice I received quite a while ago. However, children have been using my machine (no longer) and I have a bug. Rather than the image I'm searching for, google images returns random, unrelated pages. I can get around it by using just google, locating pages with the images I want and accessing them that way, but it's a pain and I hate knowing I have a bug. It has to go. Ran a HJT log yesterday and my machine was BLOATED. Five pages! Ran CCleaner last night. Got rid of a ton of junk and the machine is back up to speed. I read the 'Prelim removal instructions'. Yes, i think it will be adequate to 'fix' on this machine. I disabled Cybersitter, SS&D, AdAware, AVG and AVG anti-spyware and SpywareBlaster. I completed the Trend Micro scan and it found the following: 1 ADWARE_GHOT_E-VENTURES 1 ADWARE_BHOT_IMYONBAR 4 HTTP cookies When I hit 'clean' a message came up stating they were selected for deletion and a warning: "For some infections, "Delete" was selected to remove the infection. This will delete the infected file from the system. Important data may be lost." Should I do it? The page is loaded and ready to go in IE and I am posting here via Firefox. Please advise, oh masters of all things techie.