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post #11 of 21
You do t need a xp disk.
Download this
http://www.freedrweb.com/livecd/how_it_works/

Burn it to disk and boot up with it scan your pc offline. Although the above apps are very good ones some are getting killed by malware. So you'll have to remove its startup process first or clear a path for Combofix to get up and running. Coz if its a filevirus it will just patch Combofix.
When your done running it then download Combofix from Combofix.org. Rename it to something else save to desktop and disable your antivirus. Run it. When its done you can just put the log file up here or you can send it to my inbox to see if there's still part of it on your system.
When your done follow it up with malwarebytes which will get rid of everything that's hiding in the cracks. When that's done run Ccleaner to tidy up. Switch pc of for a couple of min then boot back in. Then pop in your windows xp cd go to start run and enter
Sfc /purgecache
Then
Sfc /scannow
When its done then your done
post #12 of 21
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run combofix
If ever some of lucido advices dont work, best bet is to run Combo Fix
post #13 of 21
Combo Fix is a powerful tool and should only be used under the supervision of someone trained in its use. If you are not trained you can easilly cause catastrophic and irreversible damage to your windows installation.
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Combo Fix is a powerful tool and should only be used under the supervision of someone trained in its use. If you are not trained you can easilly cause catastrophic and irreversible damage to your windows installation.
and what's the difference between it and a antivirus removing the files? Those warnings are there coz it don't ask for confirmation when removing the malware. But in all the years I've been using it never had any problems with it but avg destroyed my whole operating system once. Other reason that makes Combofix powerful is when you use a advance script with it. You can create a script and drag and drop it onto Combofix which it will run which if not done right could lead to problems. But we are happy with its basic search and destroy features. Just to add Combofix does install the recovery console for you, make backups of your registry and quarantines the removed files just like a av
post #15 of 21
rkill will kill all known male-ware processes so you can run your antivirus programs
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I suggest you reformat and install Windows 7. Less problems.
ever since I went windows 7 and installed a program called CA security I have been problem free

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post #17 of 21
Got similar issues. Waiting for a solution
post #18 of 21
Tip of the day:

do not use Internet explorer because any keylogger can steal your password from it.

Also download MBAM and do a full scan.
    
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Got similar issues. Waiting for a solution
download hijack this then just post the log file for me. I can help you to manual clean it
post #20 of 21
get "AVG anti-virus" and delete avast i used to have the same problem. is Avast your problem...not the folder.
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