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#1 dudewillabide


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Posted 19 March 2009 - 11:51 PM

Hey everyone. I've read tons of information from these forums over the years. Now, the "issues" are getting too deep and too complex for me to handle on my own and have a certain level of confidance that my systems are clean.

I have kids, we have a LAN running on a Linksys wireless router. 4 Pcs are hard wired and a Laptop, and now the iTouches.... occasionally the Wii and Xbox360.... yes I am making up for my childhood by spoiling my kids..... I think it may have gotten out of hand. :thumbsup:

I remember when it was sooo easy...one PC, running Doom and maybe being on line with Prodigy checking stocks or whatever...

Now, Holy Cow!

I run Win XP, Win XP Pro, Vista, Win 98 (non-network pcs running cnc equipment).....

I got my hands full, and I just worked at removing the Vunda thing, and I think I got it. But, when I reboot my laptop as a user (not admin) I get two RUNDLL errors and they are looking for .dlls that are no longer there. That is probably a good thing, but now I need to clean up the pc so when it starts up I don't get the error messages.

Probably need to run Hijack and whatever you guys tell me to do.

Anywho.... I have obeyed the recommendation to introduce myself! :flowers:

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#2 garmanma


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Posted 20 March 2009 - 09:19 AM

Welcome to BC
As long as you got rid of the infection there is an easy fix
Post in the Am I Infected forum first
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#3 dudewillabide

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Posted 20 March 2009 - 09:33 AM

Will do. At work right now, so it'll be later tonight.

Look forward to working with you guys.

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Posted 20 March 2009 - 09:44 AM

Kids and computers often spell disaster, and it is even a greater danger when their computers are intertwined with your own allowing malware to spread from one computer to another.
I am sure our Members can help you with the problem, and perhaps provide some sound advice that will help you prevent further infections.
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