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#1 speedracer4kq

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Posted 16 February 2009 - 04:53 PM

Hi,

I'd previously posted my strange problems here. However, I wonder if my problems have to do with an infection. I was recently infected with XP Police, which I managed to remove. And I just noticed the winlogons.exe in my start up and have disabled this. I've used Malwarebytes and SuperAntiSpyware and they both have come back clean. However, due to an ocx error, I can no longer run or install Malwarebytes. I was able to run SuperAntiSpyware, which came back clean. I also have no access to internet. There is nothing in the Network Connections - the connections are gone. I ran a System File Checker, which can back ok. I've ran Autoruns. And as far as I could see, there was nothing really suspicious. I checked everything in this according to date, everything that was showing as missing. None of them seemed to be the culprit. So, I'm at a bit of a loss (not to mention frustrated). This problem seemed to appear overnight, after shutting down everything and simply rebooting in the morning. I'm afraid this might all lead to a reinstall.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

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