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#1 xxgraywolf

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Posted 16 May 2009 - 02:35 AM

Hi it's me again xxgraywolf Iwas recently in this forum concernning the pav (virus) I followed the instructions the first time downloading and running the Malware removal program as instructed It did not work (my fault) then GARMANMA was kind enough to respond and instructed me on first disabling other virus and mjalware tools installed on this machine.I have windows defender and P.C. tools with registry mechanic. If i did it right prabably not, anyway I rerun the malware program it picked off 2 additional infections. Also I no longer can see the( personal antivirus) icon on the tool bar or on the programs menu and it never was on the add or remove programs file in control panel. However I don't know what happened but I get this screen window that says warning visiting this site may harm your computer blah blah and at the bottom the choices continue unprotected or get security software. You should know that every time I finally get to your site without the preceeding window blocking it when I visit "am I infected and enter keyword pav virus "it becomes sheer He-- getting back to where i am at present.The yellow infomation bar at the top of now all pages ,I at least get to see, has the warning this page is infected by malicious advertiseing code blah blah click here to get the personal antivirus PAV. This includes your wonderful site you guys I think know the routine (every site is the sh--- except theres the buy me buy me routine I hope picking on your site they have messed with the wrong people. Is there anything else you can think of that I most prabably failed to do to get there total junk out of my pc. Before I close I for sure wanted to say thank you for the help so far it is as always greatly appreciated. One more thing every time I try to open my windows updates the screen warning i told you about earlier won't so far allow me any access to updates. and i'm not sure how important this might be now but i did get an error code once it is 800705b4 With my SINCERE THANKS xxgraywolf I'm now a little better at navigating the site hopefully thanks to everyone lending a hand at helping me now and in future if needed
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#2 garmanma

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Posted 16 May 2009 - 08:32 PM

Hello xxgreywolf
Did you forget that you posted a topic about this yesterday
Here's the link to it
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/ind...p;#entry1263968

Just so you know, if you forget where your topic is you can go to your profile page and where you see My Content, click on Topics and you can see them there

Edited by garmanma, 16 May 2009 - 08:35 PM.

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Posted 17 May 2009 - 01:07 PM

xxgraywolf here I hope I'm doing this right this time. Please if possible could one of you most knowledgeable persons please review my postings in the (AM I INFECTED FORUM ) AND IF POSSIBLE help me to resolve the problem which still persists before I go totally bonkers tech speaking I dont Know zip about how to resolve it on my own AS EVER THANK YOU TRULY YOUR GREAT
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Posted 17 May 2009 - 07:09 PM

xxgraywolf
Please click on THIS LINK
Rigel has responded to your question and is awaiting your reply
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