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#1 jam311

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 04:49 AM

this one is stumping me. first off, I can't access any microsoft or windows websites, my browser redirects. and i definitely can't access windows update to update my windows =/ second, MBAM or superanti cannot/will not update. so far ive ran both of them with nothing really found. third, when i try to boot in safe mode, drivers load and then the system just reboots. also when the drivers are loading, a message at the bottom of the screen appears and says "press esc to cancel loading SPTD.exe" what is that?! when i do that it just reboots as well. what do i do?! there are no visible malware infections on my OS and everything else works just fine. i also tried to downloading that a squared thing and when i try to go to the manufacturers website, that also redirects to...well it doesnt redirect to anything it just tells me server not found.

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 08:37 AM

See http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/273162/google-redirected-uniqsearch8/ . I had very similar symptoms. The SPTD part is from Daemon tools - that seems to be a common thread among Antivirus Pro infections. See the removal instructions for AVP on this site.




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