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#1 purenoumena

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Posted 07 August 2007 - 10:45 PM

Hello,
I have a computer running windows XP. When I open windows, the dos prompt comes up. it flashes very quickly - and looks like it flashes c:\windows\system32\command.com - sometimes a few others, but command.com is the regular one. I have rebooted in safe mode, run Spybot S&D, then run Ad-A-aware. Even when these say they delete the problem, it always pops back up. I have run CClearner as well. I have also tried deleting and reinstalling internet explorer and mozilla firefox - mainly because many of the words on my firefox are in another language (I can't tell what language) and the virus or malware seems to like internet explorer, and before I deleted IE it kept popping things up over and over. When I run Spybot S&D, it seems like the file it keeps trying to destroy is c:\windows\system32\ldcore.dll - another one it tries to deleted is ldccore.dll_tobedeleted. The file keeps regenerating (or so it seems) and I'm not sure where from. Any help would be much appreciated. I have a hijackthis log file if that is helpful.

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Posted 07 August 2007 - 11:04 PM

Have you been through the Preparation Guide for use Before posting a Hijack this log yet?

I recommend that you start there, go through all the instructions and then post the log, following the instructions given.
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#3 purenoumena

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Posted 07 August 2007 - 11:20 PM

Thanks! I'll go through the tutorial/preparation page or print it out from home. The one problem I've been having is, though I can access bleeping computer on my computer at home, I can't get it on the gallery computer that is affected. Everytime I try to go to the site to get to other tutorials that I've found - it won't find the bleepingcomputer.com server. I can get to other sites, google, etc, just not bleeping computer. I'm not sure why that is... but it has made downloading some of the suggested software rather difficult.

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Posted 08 August 2007 - 12:35 AM

My suggestion would be to use a flash drive to move the installers to the machine that does not have access, when you try to update the programs, let us know if the infected machine is able to successfully update or not.
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