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#1 akuku

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 02:48 AM

Hello

Sometimes when I click on Google results (IE or FF) I am redirected to strange websites (searching4all.com and many many others) which are not in Google results. I was infected with the Internet Security 2010 virus - I didnt download it but this soft installed on my machine. I got rid of this with the help from the uninstall guide from forum.


On my machine is working AVG free 9.0.725 and Spybot. I made full scan using both programs. Also I tried Malwarebytes (quick and full), online eset. I also tried TFC and later DDS. When I tried to use GMER - program hang computer or close. When tried to start my Windows XP in safe mode to use GMER it started to restarts and can not use Safe Mode - only normall windows. I have Windows XP Service Pack 3 and all updates exept Net Framework 3.5 - always I have errors during installation. Please help.

Correction: AVG stareted automatic scan and found Vundo.JD in csrss.exe and in the memory, after scan cleaned file but I restarted machine and is still the same. Now started to pop up window Just-In-Time- Debugging . An exception 'Runtime Error' has occured in the script.
[3772] C:\Program Files\Dell Support Center\bin\sprtcmd.exe

Thx a lot
Simon

Edited by akuku, 06 January 2010 - 03:44 PM.


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