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#1 wthomp01


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Posted 19 April 2005 - 12:02 PM

I run windows XP home addition and Norton Syatem works, I also use both spybot search and destry and Adaware SE to keep my computer clean. Recently inadvertantly I unzipped a file that I believe was a virus. The subject line was "I HAVE BEEN RECEIVING YOUR EMAILS" Since I run a small business it is important for me to get the emails from customers. I unzipped the file that was attached to the email using winrar. The unzip program said the file had failed to initialize. Shortly after this I received a memory error (the suggest repair was to restart) prior to restarting I did a full system scan using norton and found nothing. I did remove some adware using both the spybot and adaware. Now shortly after I connect to the internet it says " services.exe is unable to conect to the internet" This couild be caused by your firewall or virus software" I stay connected for about 1-4 minutes and then it just drops the connection. All the information I can find about "service.exe and services.exe" seems to refer to this as a pop up gererator and nothing mentions disconnecting from the internet.

Any ideas where to look for a removal tool or information on this

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#2 jchedot


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Posted 19 April 2005 - 12:20 PM

Have a look here
New Sober variant

Removal instructions

Edited by jchedot, 19 April 2005 - 12:32 PM.

I finally got it all together, now if I could just remember where I put it.

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