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A bleeping infection?

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#1 graemeian


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Posted 03 February 2009 - 08:36 AM

I have a PC with XP Pro SP2. In the Startup System Configuration Utility, I always get NyCpl and sometimes dumprep. I ran ATF cleaner and then ran Malwarebytes. There were some items found. I cannot connect to the internet with this PC. I was wireless and I changed to RJ45 connectors. I removed my router and connected directly to the cable modem. I get "acquiring network address", but no connection. I plugged a working PC to the cable modem and ran IPconfig and copied all of the URLs. I then tried the static URL method with no success. I disabled the network card and restarted the PC. I am back to dynamic mode. When I go to command prompt and type ipconfig, I get on the two adresses. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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