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Internet Security 2010, +no internet, uninstalled removal programs, screwed up desktop.


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#1 TheOrgg

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Posted 20 January 2010 - 12:19 PM

Well, I had Internet Security 2010, and followed the steps listed in a thread I saw here. Well, as a side effect of that I got SuperSpywareKiller (or whatever the program is called). The virus, when rebooting the computer, 'hulked up.' It killed my internet, uninstalled my network security (cisco NAC agent) the school requires, uninstalled clamwin (which the school requires), uninstalled Malwarebytes, caused my desktop picture to pixellate, caused my desktop icons to look like they're permanantly highlighted, and occasionally flashes a blue desktop before reverting to my (still pixellated) desktop.

All I have right now is this screenshot of what SSK keeps giving me. I told it to remove the files and havn't shut down the computer (because it comes RIGHT BACK when I do).

Hmmm... For some reason, I don't see the thing to attach images. Any suggestions?

What should my first steps be? Remmeber I've got to download onto a USB hard drive to transfer files from a library computer that's on the internet and the infected computer in the dorm.

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Posted 24 January 2010 - 03:11 PM

Anyone? This virus has hit three more people on the campus, and noone can do anything about it so far.

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Posted 10 February 2010 - 01:38 PM

Should I go elsewhere? I still cannot get the computer to get online, and that's what's needed by the antivirus programs to be able to update.




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