Google is still being redirected. There is no more wdmaud.sys file to delete in system32. I renamed another one (this was before I knew it was the legit one) found in the [C:\WINDOWS\system32\directory\wdmaud.sys] just in case to check if it was the culprit. I could always change it back if there was no solution, I've done it several times with other files for one reason or other, they've always worked after being changed back. Apparently not the legit wdmaud.sys file. Now I have no sound.
Google is still being redirected. No sound (just the beep, like they had back in the day...god, I miss the screamin'). I ran a few other solves found here and there at reliable sites with good results for those with my 220.127.116.11 problem. I downloaded Malwarebytes, hijackthis (though found quickly that I could make no sense of the log), I use Avast and Advanced System Care already...I ran a MB scan.
Then my little trojan friend, isen.yjb showed up. I removed him. Google is still being redirected. Scanned again...isen.yjb is back. How did that happen? Then I got really desperate. I downloaded OTMoveit3 based on a recommendation from My Antispyware. OTMoveit3 did it's thing, I followed all the instructions, it was all good.
Google is still being redirected. I still have no sound. I've scanned and rebooted in safe mode, in standard windows, rebooted and scanned. Then I found ComboFix and downloaded it. Then I read what ComboFix does. Then I got scared.... Avast keeps warning me about the damn isen.yjb who has brought his two-headed brother isen.yjbx, THEY WON'T GO AWAY!
That's it! I need help. I'm calling in reinforcements. I don't want to cause any irrevocable damage. Such as, oh, I don't know, losing the ability to hear sound from my speakers!!! I'm sorry, I'm a tad frazzled at this point.
Edited by SusanO13, 14 March 2009 - 07:50 PM.