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#1 glucsoe101

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Posted 06 August 2009 - 01:36 PM

So I got the Windows Antivirus Pro virus again (on another computer this time).

I already had MalwareBytes and tried to remove the virus. I thought I was successful last night until this morning when I turned on my laptop and found that it wasn't letting me open programs up.

I manually deleted Windows\ppp3.dat, Windows\ppp4.dat, Windows\svchast.exe, and Program Files\Windows Antivirus Pro files, but my computer still has Windows\system3\bennuar.old, Windows\system32\dddesot/dll, Windows\system32\desot.exe, and Windows\system32\sysnet.dat.

In fact, I tried to locate my system32 folder (and searched for the file names in search), and it isn't there!

When it turns on, it automatically runs all those malicious files. Like my other computer, the virus won't let me open anything up however (like taskmgr or disable it on startup).

Before Windows loads on the reboot, my computer won't even let me press F8 to give me the option.

Help please?!

Edited by garmanma, 06 August 2009 - 04:14 PM.


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Posted 06 August 2009 - 05:58 PM

so I deleted the said files by using the XP service pack 2 cd.

Now prgms that aren't microsoft won't open; help?




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