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I have this virus http://www.2-viruses.com/remove-antivirus-net on one of my hard drives and I can't get it off by myself, so I was wondering if following this guide will work. Does anyone have any advice on how to rid this virus from my computer? It wont let me download anything and I can't browse the internet in safemode.
    
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Run in safe mode then run a anti virus? I had a similar issue i believe this fixed if that doesnt work i believe i installed a av to a usb and ran it from the usb also check your FF proxy server iirc this changes the proxy so no mater what site you go to it ends up as their own
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Run in safe mode then run a anti virus? I had a similar issue i believe this fixed if that doesnt work i believe i installed a av to a usb and ran it from the usb also check your FF proxy server iirc this changes the proxy so no mater what site you go to it ends up as their own
I did exactly that and its still there. I tried avast and I keep getting a runtime error 0 when I try to use malwarebytes off my flashdrive and off my F: drive.
    
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post #4 of 8
missed the last post :S

Try using hirens boot CD to boot up into tiny XP and then from there run malware bytes.
Edited by jammo2k5 - 2/24/11 at 7:20pm
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post #5 of 8
My usual Kill-all solution:
Safe mode
RKill
CCleaner (Deltes everything in the cache, quick fix for a lot of java viruses)
MalwareBytes
GMER (Can detect rootkits in the MBR that might be reloading viruses onto the HDD)

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missed the last post :S

Try using hirens boot CD to boot up into tiny XP and then from there run malware bytes.
MBAM requres an installed driver to run IIRC. You can't run it from a flash drive.
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This virus is a pita. I had 2 of my relatives rigs with this virus. One I used the guide from bleeping computer and it worked. The other one it did not work and had to reinstall.
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/viru...antivirus-.net

Even this guide is a pita but it did work.
    
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Did you check the proxy server? ive noticed that when i had to mess with this freaking virus..
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post #8 of 8
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Whats an antivirus that I can use in which I don't have to uninstall avast? I paid for it, I'm not deleting it. I just tried AVG and it wont install. I keep getting runtime error 0 and 440 with malwarebytes so that can piss off. I'm losing my patience.
    
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