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Remove MS Antivirus

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#1 jmccracky


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Posted 03 September 2008 - 04:53 PM

I'm having a problem removing this same virus. I followed all the rules and steps, but it came back after rebooting. It took a while before it came back. This time, when it said I was being "attacked", I just closed it. But it was on my desktop as an icon that wasn't finished downloading.

I'm trying the steps one more time before posting a Highjack this log, but it takes a long time, haha. At least I have all the software downloaded.

Also, when I did reboot the last time after running the malware scanner, spybot kept asking me if I wanted to accept changes. I had no idea what I was allowing and what I wasn't. Maybe that is why the MS virus came back?

(Sorry if I'm not speaking the language very well.....I'm really new to all this and thanks for everyone's patience).

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#2 boopme


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Posted 03 September 2008 - 06:28 PM

Hello I have split you to your own topic as your situation is different from the Original poster. Always start a topic of your own in the future . Works best for all invoved.

I followed all the rules and steps

From where the only step provided in the original post was to run Malwarebytes. If you ran that please post the scan log for reviewing here. Thanks.
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