Posted 07 May 2008 - 01:06 PM
Compaq Presario 5000, Model 5BW220, Made 7/19/00, Windows XP Pro, 15 Gig master drive, 37 Gig slave drive, 512 MB RAM, 631 MHz Intel Celeron processor, Compaq 06C0 motherboard.
I have been getting Symantec Trojan Horse notices daily over the last 7 or so days. They read: Real time Protection Scan, Trojan Horse, C:\temp\$6DF16099.t$m, location: quarantine, access denied. The other five I wrote down read the same except for C:\temp\$563D46A8.t$m, C:\temp\$5C003D2D.t$m, C:\temp\$2F905956.t$m, C:\temp\$05D36D6E.t$m and C:\temp\AAWTMP\C12378929\277106\BitDownloadSetup.exe. I tried to delete the temp folder, but got an error message saying: "Cannot delete 3112, Access denied. Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use". Someone said on another forum that deleting the temp file will not help. I use AVG, ZoneAlarm, Symantec AntiVirus and until a few days ago Avast when I deleted it. Could these be interfering with each other? Should I be using Symantec and AVG together? I have also run over the last few days: Spybot S&D, SpywareBlaster, CleanUp, CCleaner. I also use IESpyad, MVPS Hosts File and Winpatrol. I tried to run Ad-Aware a few days ago but got an error message. I don't remember what it said. Thanks for any replies.