The first BHO & start up prog that attempted repeatedly to mount IE 7, and which I have not been able to rename or delete (File in use by another program), is:-
Then there was one RKr....dll, which I have renamed.
I am highly suspicious that this is an invasion. Kindly advise whether this is so, and if yes, then how to get rid of this? If reqd, I can copy & e-mail the two files for examination. I don't know if it is possible to attach a file on this forum.
I restarted the system just now, and since I had managed to rename the geBrsTkl.dll file, three new & previously unknown, unseen dlls tried to load as BHOs. These are:
C:\WINDOWS\system32\awtqqpQk.dllIE 7 tools
Nos. 1 & 3 tried only once & disappeared, but awtqqpQk.dll has been persistant. In the "manage Add-Ons" section of IE 7 tools, this appears alongwith qoMgeEwv.dll in the disabled section, but keeps trying to load itself every few minutes. HELP!!!
Edited by mesmer, 21 July 2008 - 06:41 AM.