This one’s lengthy and I hope not challenging for you guys. I am indebted for you previously getting me out of a fix with another computer of mine and am hoping you can help me with this problem.
I have and have run repeatedly Norton, AVG super anti spyware free edition, Ad Aware 2007, Ad Aware SE Personal, CW Shreder and Spybot S&D to no effect.
Here are, in great detail, the error messages I have been receiving:
A balloon pops up from the tray attached to the yellow emblem w/the exclamation point advising: Your computer might be at risk
*Latest software updates not installed
*Incorrect files association
*System appears to hang
*Firewall has errorsClick balloon to fix the problem
Then another balloon from the tray attached to the red emblem with the x on it will pop up advising:Tracking process is activated
Can’t deactivate spyware program.
Click baloon to fix the problem
And finally the third balloon from the tray emblem with the four colors (red, green, blue, yellow) advising:Explicit content is detected:
Further, I receive grey window pop ups :Your system is unstable.
A problem has been detected and Windows has been shutdown buggy application to prevent damage to your computer, Kernel32x.SYS – Address 0xA73C20AE, error code Co2100, DateStamp 56b836A3, Kernel Debugger on port: COM3 (Port 0x19f, Baud rate 9201)
If I click on any of the emblems, a web browser attempts to open and when I close it, the emblems disappear. I also receive this windows prompt:You have chosen to open setup_sbd_en.exe
Which is a: application
Would you like to save file?
Once I click on cancel, the prompt disappears and once I close the web browser, the emblem warning of a critical even disappears.
In addition, I’ve noticed the following when I have an open browser:Iexplore.exe – application error
The instruction at “0x66fe1082” referenced memory at “0x0672d80”. The memory could not be “read”. Click ok to terminate the program.
As well as this one:SysFader: IE7EXPLORER.EXE – Application Fatal Error
The instruction at 0x01cf34739 referenced memory at 0x02df2e50. The memory could not be read.
I will get several of these with different instruction and reference memory at numbers.
Thanks for reviewing this. Hopefully you can help me resolve this.
PS - I do have another problem but I figure that one is not as much as a priority as this one. I've noticed that when if I leave my computer speakers on for about 1/2 hour a radio show with loud music and announcers, commercials, etc....will start playing in my speakers. This continues until I turn off the spears, wait a minute or two and turn them on again...then it's gone for another 1/2 hour or so.
PSS - as you can see, I'm a real mess!