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Can't remove it.. Please help

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#1 Goldenn


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Posted 27 December 2009 - 08:40 PM

I am using Windows xp
Last night I was infected with the kollah virus. Opened up malwarebytes, scanned, restarted. Repeated the process 4 times till everything was gone.

Used superantispyware,CA antivirus and malwarebytes to scan again and it isn't picking up anything but I know I'm still infected
What's wrong:
Can't load in safe mode, I get a blue screen
Firefox, main browser, won't open so I can't acess Internet
The shortcuts to my anti virus program (CA antivirus) are gone Which is something that I've noticed always happens when I get infected with something...

Please help! I've been infected by other bugs before and always seem to romove it myself.. I can't seem to get rid of this unknown problem! I really rather try and fix it on my own instead of asking my parents to pay a tech to fix it. We really can't afford it

This is driving me insane!
Sorry for any typos andmy horrible grammar. Posting this from my iPod touch
Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance

Also sorry if this is posted in the wrong section.. Not really sure where to put it

Edited by Goldenn, 27 December 2009 - 08:42 PM.

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#2 kiwiwings


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Posted 27 December 2009 - 08:50 PM

Firefox is gone and can't start in safe mode ...
this sounds a bit like my story. :thumbsup:

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