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Qprrss.ini + Ssrrpq.dll


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#1 august-ina

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Posted 20 January 2008 - 03:22 PM

please, tel me what to do in that case:
I`ve just tested my cmputer with VundoFix
and the result is those 2 files: qprrss.ini + ssrrpq.dll from c:\windows

WHAT TO DO NEXT?

also detected trojan program: Trojan.Win32.BHO.rn and the infected file is: c:\windows\system32\tmp1.tmp.dll,
which kaspersky has detected some hours ago, but cant fix it.

HOW TO FIX MY PC - I`m using Win XP 2

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#2 stevealmighty

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Posted 03 February 2008 - 12:13 AM

You've got an open HJT log HERE that you're receiving help on. You should not make any changes or accept any help except from the HJT member that's assisting you with your log. Making changes to your computer while working on a HJT log can make things difficult and prolong getting your computer fixed.

Feel free to ask this question to the person that's helping you with your HJT log, or wait until you're cleared from the HJT section and then post your question.

To avoid confusion, I'm closing this topic.

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