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Backdoor.win32.dssdoor.c And High Cpu Usage


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#1 Ranelar

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Posted 27 August 2007 - 06:04 PM

Hi, here's my situation. While trying to play World of Warcraft, my graphics would freeze and/or turn black, but I could still hear responses to pressing keys and randomly clicking around. I went to various WoW forums to try to figure out my problem, I updated my video card and CPU drivers, I did a fresh install of WoW, etc and it didn't help. Then I noticed that whenever the graphics froze, it was because CPU usage went to 100%, and if I just waited a few minutes, it would drop below 100% and my graphics would work again. So then I started looking at threads about CPU usage, and I got the impression that I might have a virus, so I did some scans. I ran Ad-Aware and didnt find anything out of the norm, but then I ran housecall anti virus and I found backdoor.win32.dssdoor.c. So then I ran spybot, stinger, and a-squared, and when I did, my normal antivirus software (avast) finally gave me a popup about the backdoor. So I used those programs to delete any infected files, and I tried to run WoW again, and I still have the same problem. So what should be my next step? Do you think the problems are related or unrelated? Thanks.

eMachines T6414
AMD Athlon 64 3200+ (~2.0 Ghz)
2558 MB RAM (2 x 1GB G.Skill Dual Channel PC3200, 2 x 256MB PC3200 that came with comp)
256MB Radeon X700

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Posted 27 August 2007 - 08:28 PM

Are you using the stock power supply or have you added a higher wattage one? Your Radeon X700 needs a minimum of a 350 watt PS, and that E Machine only included a 300 watt PS.
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