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If you've re-installed Windows, as you say you have, and this has not resolved your problem, then there is nothing a forum like this can do to help you.

You need hands on help, as your infection would have to be firmware based to survive a re-install.

Firmware infections (though possible) are extremely rare (I mean winning a $100 million on the lottery rare), so the other alternative is that another device on your network is infected, and is re-infecting your computer each time you re-install Windows.

It is beyond the scope of anyone here to help you troubleshoot all the devices that might be present on your network, but I would suggest that as a minimum you should shut down all the devices on your network, re-install Windows on your computer, reset your router/modem and or any switches, before powering everything up again.
 
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