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#1 Spike Spiegel Bebop

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 09:10 AM

Virus disables Wireless, USB, Device manager and prevents from restarting, turning off and getting into standby.

Original Title: Can't get rid of this f****** virus. It disables Wireless, USB, Device manager and prevents from restarting, turning off and getting into standby.

at first I thought it was the virus goingonearth.com, but it simply keeps coming back and disabling my wireless drivers, it also disables the Device manager functionality, it prevents me from restarting, turning off, or getting the computer in standby mode. It prevents me from using the USB.

It's so annoying, I don't know what to do, I've used every single option I could:


Combofix
DelPsGuard
SpyBot Search and destroy
Malware Bytes antimalware (Pro edition)
Super Antispyware
CC Cleaner
hijackthis
Bitdefender professional 2013

Now I'm trying to install the security update KB2686509, and I can't, I'm getting this error in the log file:

4.844: Update.exe extended error code = 0xf0f4
4.844: Update.exe return code was masked to 0x643 for MSI custom action compliance.

I suspect it has something to do with this malware problem.




This is my text from support forum, they told me to come here in answers community and ask:

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I had this problem before on windows 7, moved to XP, and still have the same problem.

I used XP during 3 days without any problem, now it`s back again!



After 5 - 10 minutes I lose my wireless connection, look in the device manager, see no wireless hardware anymore, not even an exclamation point, it`s like it isn`t connected to computer, and windows will show something in the task bar saying `usb device not recognized`. Right now you must be thinking I have a hardware issue, right? No. Even if I use a USB wireless adapter, I`ll have the same problem. And there is more > I can`t restart my computer when that happens, Windows will just stay in that window saying that the settings are being saved.

My wireless will work only when I restart my pc. Reinstalling the drivers won`t help.

Last time I ran a virus scan, found nothing.

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This is the last report I got from Combofix after running it in safemode:
http://www.axifile.com/en/C7DAD9683F

And this is the quarantined files report:
http://www.axifile.com/en/43B5B09082

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#2 m0le

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Posted 01 October 2012 - 07:48 PM

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Posted 06 October 2012 - 06:53 PM

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