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OWNAGE VIRUS: BRAVIAX and OTHERS? HELP.


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#1 Kthxpwned

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Posted 09 August 2009 - 09:41 PM

Help! So I have looked through countless threads here on the BraviaX virus, and how to remove it. However, so far EVERYTHING I've tried seems to not work. Every time my computer restarts, (either by me or somehow itself), everything that appeared to be removed is back again! I have tried Combofix, Smitfraudfix, RootRepeal, Ccleaner, SuperAntiSpyware, Avenger.exe, and MGtools. Nothing seems to do the trick! Specifically, the virus(es) are doing things like slowing my internet speed, changing the whole look inside Google, redirecting all google's links to something that starts with "windowsclick...", playing random sound and music that I never opened with no applications running, not allowing system restore to run, crashing SuperAntispyware, not allowing MBAM and SAS to run now at all, a small red circle with a white X saying "your computer is infected" in the right corner of my taskbar, shutting the computer off when SAS is scanning (before it stopped working), and installing Home Antivirus 2010 which I know is fake. Basically, one load of crap after another. I have worked on this for a week now and I can't seem to crack this one ... any ideas are appreciated greatly! I would post a HiJackThis log, but it won't run either. At all.

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