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Desktop Defender, tdidis.sys, Win32/cycler.a help?

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#1 Joey Salsa

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Posted 17 November 2009 - 05:57 PM

Let me start off with what happened.

- First I got the malware Desktop Defender 2010 and I did the malware bytes and did the manual solution and I did everything correctly... I installed Firefox again so I don't have anything left on its file folder.. Then a site on Google keeps popping up. It has {} and numbers. and when I unplug my internet cord it says something about java or something. I got scared and then I installed Google Chrome and now it does that same thing.
- Okay when I rebooted my PC it restated by itself until the Blue screen of death said file tdidis.sys was causing the problem. Then I deleted it, but it keeps recovering it self. So I deleted the file in CMD. it came back so I made a batch file to delete it when the Pc started up. The problem stopped. But now a virus has caught on to my computer when the internet was off. And the most scary part of it was a mucenx Commercail ad kept popping up (the sound only) and it pops up with nothing open! The virus name was called win32/cycler.a and now im worried. Can anyone help? If I need to go more in detail tell me.

Edit: Moved topic from XP to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal

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