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#1 farfallascura13

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Posted 02 August 2007 - 03:21 AM

Hello Everyone,

I need some help with a virus I some how got on my old computer that I use for games and such. For the last several months the computer would not even load windows, it would start and then turn it self off. I finally got it to load in safe mode for a while and found out that it has 9 infected files all infected with the BloodHound.W32.EP virus. I need to know how to get rid of it.

Norton Anitvirus and Mcfee have been unable to delete the files. Is there anything else I can try that will not cost much to do. The computer has returned to its old ways of not loading Windows XP home edition, it starts and then turns off and will not load in the safe mode anymore.

Here are the files that are infected.

C:/windows/.exe

C:/Documents and settings/owner.YOUR-SZ6X6SEFXO.000/local settings/temp/5.dlb

C:/Documents and settings/owner.YOUR-SZ6X6SEFXO.000/cdegfr

C:/windows/system32/cmd32.exe

C:/windows/system32/dlh9jkdq5.exe

C:/windows/system32/kernels1118.exe

C:/windows/system32/tmp_0.exe

C:/windows/system32/z14.exe

C:/windows/system32/z15.exe

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

Heather

Edited by farfallascura13, 02 August 2007 - 12:49 PM.


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Posted 02 August 2007 - 03:46 AM

One thing you can try is to create a Universal Boot CD (UBCD), use this to boot your computer and then run the Anti-Virus/Malware Tools included. These are:

F-Prot Antivirus for DOS
McAfee Antivirus Scanner
BugHunter

Also, please edit your post and remove your email address. This is against forum rules and will save you a lot of spam email.
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