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#1 CortnerJ

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Posted 21 January 2008 - 08:54 PM

I'm new here and am hoping some of you brainiacs can look at my Hijack log and tell me if I've got something bad. I wish I coul make sense of the log myself but that is not the case! Anyway, this is a pretty cool site, thanks in advance for helping!!!

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Posted 21 January 2008 - 09:32 PM

Ok... I really need help now. I know I'm not supposed to enter prob lems here, but when I tried to enter my problem on what I thought was the appropriate forum it said sorry I don't have permission. What am I not understanding? So I read all the stuff, it said to install & run ad-ware 2007. That sounded like a really good idea, because my trendmicro housecall scan said I had an ad ware problem. So I downloaded that, but when I tried to run it, I got "error 1606." So now I am out of ideas and feeling like I'm just not "getting" what it is I am supposed to be doing... any ideas?

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Posted 22 January 2008 - 10:16 AM

Into which forum did you try to post?

The ability to fully analyse a HJT log requires a high degree of expertise. That is the reason BC provides a well-trained group of volunteers to help its Members.

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