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Fantastic! NOT NOT NOT
Now my computer will not boot up at all. After waiting for the disk check to complete, windows started to load, at which time it blue screened, telling me it was about to restart. On restarting it still thinks it has to do a disk check, at first it would not recognise the keyboard i brought brand new today, so i switched to my old keyboard, which it seems to have recognised. I skipped the disk check (Because i had gone out for a few hours and forgot to turn of my computer, Apparently it was diskcheckin and rebooting the whole time!!)
When i skipped the disk check, it started to load the windows vista pretty logo thing, and than once again blue screened.
I tried starting the computer in safe mode, and it froze on loading!!
I have had my computer running beautfully for the last few weeks, without one hitch from the moment i built it!!
HELP!!
Im currently about to reinstall windows!! Is this happening from trying to install this cpu-z?
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Originally Posted by cassieb View Post
I recently built myself a new computer. I am trying to download CPU-z.
It automatically donwloads to a zip file, I try to open the exe. file and i get the following error from AVG

Threat Detected
While opening file: C:UsersCassandraAppDataLocalTempwz008fcpuz.exe
Trojan horse Generic9.BHTS

than
Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. you may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item.

Now I am only the only account on this computer and naturally i have admin controll?
Any ideas?

no way mate i got this only yesterday to i use AVG and got the same trojan in my system but i seemed to have got rid of it im hopeing i did anyway...were did ua get it from im prety sure i got it from 3dguru but cant remember what mirror an what date but it was a link from this site im sure?!?!?!?

did ur virus program update and then the scan found it yer??

cant beleive soma arse hole sits dowmn to makwe this stuff to really get at us nice PC people haha anyway glad not just me but not glad ua got a virus is this a new 1 as i caouldnt find any info on it with google or search on net??

what did u do to make sure u got rid of it 4 good then if dont mind me asking??

hope sorted ur probs mate as ive doen mine at least think i ave!!

so do u think that some 1 has made this v ersion of CPU-Z with a nasty virus inside of it or is it the AVG showing something that is ment to be there as a virus?? mayeb its got in to ur system morethan did mine as ive been crashing a lot lately but think thats from the OC i been doing as im at edge opf my system FSB at mo so keeps bein unstable on me!!

guess if its got a hold in1 ur harddrive and ur system files then gunna run amuck and mess stuff up as this has probly let some scumbag virus programer in to ur system or just some braindead idiot that D/L this and didnt make it just useing it to get in to are systems to do whatever these arseholes liek to do when they get in to r systems??

really hope ua get ur system stable again mate as its a new build an was fine till this happened guess no other thing but clean reinstall and reformat ur drive as to really get rid of this file buy writeing over an over it with asome program as to really 100% get it off ua drive so dont get any trouble with it again in next install (but bet u no that so sorry if do mate lol ) ive had this happen before got right in to my system files so i couldnt delete it sly little buggers some theses thinsg so had to wipe it alkl just days after doing it twice abnyway.and i didnt clean ity out right and it came back again as i didnt really get rid of it right so must mashed up my new install just mins after i did it wast happy camper at all toke me whole 2 day to do it right...wasnt happy at all so no what ur going thro mate...hoipe ua get it sorted out and get ur new syste mrunning sweet again no its crap but gotat get on with it and not let these scum bags win over ua man...
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Well, i havent really got rid of it as such as having to now reinstall windows, whcih means going through the tedius task of reinstalling everything. AVG noticed it as soon as i tried to open the file. I was trying to donwload cpu-z for the first time on the new pc.
But i dont know if something else that i installed actually caused my comptuer to crash, because it was saying i didnt have access to the file or somehting. Thats when someone suggessted disk check, and thats when my computer didnt start up again!.
Well hopefully a reinstall will work, Luckily i have a second drive for my files and i have all the install cds still sitting on my desk from 2 weeks ago when i first built it!!
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Originally Posted by cassieb View Post
Well, i havent really got rid of it as such as having to now reinstall windows, whcih means going through the tedius task of reinstalling everything. AVG noticed it as soon as i tried to open the file. I was trying to donwload cpu-z for the first time on the new pc.
But i dont know if something else that i installed actually caused my comptuer to crash, because it was saying i didnt have access to the file or somehting. Thats when someone suggessted disk check, and thats when my computer didnt start up again!.
Well hopefully a reinstall will work, Luckily i have a second drive for my files and i have all the install cds still sitting on my desk from 2 weeks ago when i first built it!!
well some 1 say if im wrong but think this is the virus not letting u get rid of it or all his hard work of getting it on ur brand spankiong new system was a waste of his scumbag hard work!!

no when had this before that i couldnt get rid as it wont let u ion liek ur have probs with mate!! ua said even in safe mode it wouldnt let ua didnt u?

qwell sounds like its got its teeth in to ur system files and its doing its thing im affraid..so gotta make sure do a frsh reinstall so wotn keep and trace of old system files and might get tranfered over to new system files and will do it all over again

hope ur reinstall wroks for ua mate and guess just bad luck that we all D/L the bad version of CPU-Z and its a lesson to only egt it from main sites in future...

hope ua get this licked soon mate no how au feel man not good to ave ur hard work trashed by soem little spoty dick in his bedroom somewere...
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i did only install this from its main site!
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well some 1 say if im wrong but think this is the virus not letting u get rid of it or all his hard work of getting it on ur brand spankiong new system was a waste of his scumbag hard work!!

no when had this before that i couldnt get rid as it wont let u ion liek ur have probs with mate!! ua said even in safe mode it wouldnt let ua didnt u?

qwell sounds like its got its teeth in to ur system files and its doing its thing im affraid..so gotta make sure do a frsh reinstall so wotn keep and trace of old system files and might get tranfered over to new system files and will do it all over again

hope ur reinstall wroks for ua mate and guess just bad luck that we all D/L the bad version of CPU-Z and its a lesson to only egt it from main sites in future...

hope ua get this licked soon mate no how au feel man not good to ave ur hard work trashed by soem little spoty dick in his bedroom somewere...
Alright first of all, I'm not about to attempt to try to desypher what you're saying. Please use proper punctuation AT LEAST. Proper grammer and spelling is a plus as well, but at least use some freakin punctuation!

To the OP:
Try finding yourself SeaTools DOS, or UBCD (Ultimate Boot CD). Once there, run a hard drive diagnostic. Sounds to me like you're hard drive is failing. If it passes, then it could've been a virus, but it sounds to me like a bad hard drive.

Seeing as I can't see your sig rig since I'm typing a response, it COULD be a PSU related issue as well. If you're using a no-name or known bad name brand PSU, that could be your problem as well. Will check after posting. I'd say run a disk check with SeaTools or UBCD, and find out if your hard drive is still in tact. After that, unfortunately sounds like a virus.

EDIT:
Seems your PSU could be ok. I'd run a hard drive check first like I said, then I'd say virus. I'd also like to recommend Avast over AVG. Its less of a resource hog, still free, and it can scan during your screensaver to save time . Its your choice, they're both great AV programs for being free. And I'd also suggest Ad-Aware 2007 Free Edition, and update/run it once a week or so....to keep these things from happening. I ALWAYS run my AV and Ad removal programs once a week with updates. Even though I don't really go to "bad" sites, its still nice to know my system is protected.
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Regarding CPU-Z being reported as a virus/security threat: Multiple enthusiast forums have users with similar reports of CPU-Z being recognized as a virus/Trojan/security threat. Apparently many of the reports come from AVG users, although other protection software are also reporting it as such.

However, most forums do say that this is a "false positive." In other words, CPU-Z v.1.44 is NOT an infected piece of malware.

Regarding your other problems: I don't think it's a consequence of a malware infection. I'd run a RAM test first to see if your RAM is actually healthy, or if it's set correctly. BSODs of the type you're seeing seems to indicate some kind of hardware failure; it could be the HDD, or it could also be the RAM. Did you see the hexadecimal code describing the cause of the BSOD?
    
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Alright first of all, I'm not about to attempt to try to desypher what you're saying. Please use proper punctuation AT LEAST. Proper grammer and spelling is a plus as well, but at least use some freakin punctuation!

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Try finding yourself SeaTools DOS, or UBCD (Ultimate Boot CD). Once there, run a hard drive diagnostic. Sounds to me like you're hard drive is failing. If it passes, then it could've been a virus, but it sounds to me like a bad hard drive.

Seeing as I can't see your sig rig since I'm typing a response, it COULD be a PSU related issue as well. If you're using a no-name or known bad name brand PSU, that could be your problem as well. Will check after posting. I'd say run a disk check with SeaTools or UBCD, and find out if your hard drive is still in tact. After that, unfortunately sounds like a virus.

EDIT:
Seems your PSU could be ok. I'd run a hard drive check first like I said, then I'd say virus. I'd also like to recommend Avast over AVG. Its less of a resource hog, still free, and it can scan during your screensaver to save time . Its your choice, they're both great AV programs for being free. And I'd also suggest Ad-Aware 2007 Free Edition, and update/run it once a week or so....to keep these things from happening. I ALWAYS run my AV and Ad removal programs once a week with updates. Even though I don't really go to "bad" sites, its still nice to know my system is protected.


yer fair enough was in a hurry had pop out but wanted to post first im really not that bad at writing a reply in my own language (least not 90% time) lol

so i didnt need to delete my copy of CPU-Z then as its not a trojan at all?
so how comes it shows up as one then is it part of the way that cpu-z works or is it the way AVG looks for the nastys...

might try the other free virus program that ua suggest the n if think its worth a try as does use lot of system power ive deff noticed this when playing games and video editing as well!!

so do i tell my virus program to ignore this false positive or tell it not to pick up on it?

i shall run the hard drive check as ive been getting the weird crashes and BSOD but put it down to unstable OC as been trying to push my system a little and it didnt like it as im still on stock cooling so not tryin to find my limit till updated my cooling next month..
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Well i have reinstalled windows now, all seems to be working fine, Just going through reinstalling programs and drivers etc that i keep on my main harddrive. CPU, HDD etc should be all fine as EVERYTHING in my computers is new except for my secondary harddrive which even at that is only 6mnths old.
We will see how it goes.
note, i have actually not installed avg this time. Installed Kaspensky or something, i dunno but pc authority gave me a 6 month trial and is meant to be good and non-resource hungry as per their reviews. We will see how that goes.
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I was about to suggest a system restore to an earlier point in time. I see you have reformatted, which is a good thing as well Good Luck and hopefully this doesn't happen again. Here are some other free AV that I recommend:

- avast
- NOD32
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