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How do i remove this?

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#1 montana outlaw

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Posted 28 February 2005 - 01:23 PM

I,m having an on going problem with my 2003 NIS,,,with it enabled it blocks me from my email program and also web pages. With it Disabled everything works fine. I recently went to Symantecs web sight and performed a full system scan it found this

c:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\DialerOffline.dll is infected with Dialer.StripPlayer

I was surprised to say the least as i had just ran a full system scan with my Norton programs and it found nothing??....I updated definitions,,,etc before doing the scan...any idea why my system scan missed it? I could not find this infection anywhere on Symantecs Encyclopedia ,,,,would anyone know how i can remove this.....??.....and do you think it might be related to my NIS ongoing problems??

Thanks so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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#2 stidyup


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Posted 01 March 2005 - 03:50 AM

Trend Micro

You can download and run Trend Micro's Sysclean via RescueME or download Virus Pattern and Sysclean.

After running the following I'd also run hijackthis and post the log here in this section to confirm that you are clean.

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