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I'm hoping someone here can help me. After Googling the Web for a couple of days, I haven't found a solution, so I purchased Spyware Doctor and PCTools Antivirus, but neither seem to help.

Here's the symptom:

When accessing ESPN.com, I cannot use any of the headline links. They are available and presented as normal hyperlinks, but when I click any of them, I get a page presented stating "Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage."

I fear this might be the result of some malware. I have another computer in the house that is able to access these links without a problem, so it's not the ISP or connection. I've tried using Firefox and Opera and still can't reach the links, so it's not an IE v.7 problem. In addition to Spyware Doctor and AntiVirus, I've tried Panda, Ad-Aware, Avast, AVG, BitDefender, F-Secure and Spybot.

Also, If I right-click the headline link on ESPN.com and cut the entire link URL and paste it into my browser address, I get the same results. But if I only cut and paste a portion of the URL, it works fine. For example, if the entire URL is:

"http://x.go.com/cgi/x.pl?goto=http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/news/story?id=2745139&name=FPT-2745139-012807&srvc=sz"

I can cut and paste only the "http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/news/story?id=2745139&name=FPT-2745139-012807&srvc=sz" and the link works fine.
 
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