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#1 illn0tsick

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Posted 04 January 2010 - 07:00 PM

Hey guys. About a week ago I had some problems and found out my computer was infected with "Malware Defense" and many other spyware/malware. I posted a post here http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/282150/malware-defense/ and at the time I thought I had got all my issues fixed but now my computer is acting up again. I switched from BitDefender 2010 to ESET NOD32 4.0.468.0 because for some reason the bitdefender icon in the tray would switch to a gray color and say to restart my computer to restore bitdefender services. Everytime it turned gray my computer would either freeze or start to run very slowly. By the way I am using Windows XP Home Edition. Now when i turn on my computer my MalwareByte's Anti-Malware gets an error message at start up that says something like MBAM service terminated unexpectedly. And if I try to use Internet Explorer or Firefox they both shut down after a minute or two. The only way I am using my computer right now is by using "rkill" which i still have on my computer from the forum I used to remove Malware Defense. If I run rkill my computer seems to work fine until the next restart. Im only 19 and I am still learning a lot about computers. Any help would be greatly appreciated. :thumbsup:

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