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unable to open registry

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#1 julieday


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Posted 29 January 2010 - 07:04 AM

Thanks so much in advance for your advice, my security center is disabled i've attempted to reenable via recovery console but that hasn't worked. spybot says there are currently no threats however something is most definetly wrong. when i attempt to open regedit or sysinternals PE i get a prompt that says the aclui.dll is not found. i have tried manually copying the file to my system32 file but it disappears. my system will not allow the creation of a restore point nor will it allow me to install updates or install .net.....admittedly i have posted here before and thought i got rid of the problem but i have a feeling it never went away....again thanks for your help

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#2 whiteac2k4


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Posted 29 January 2010 - 08:57 AM

Have you run any scan with malwarebytes? www.malwarebytes.org. Sounds liek your infected with at least adware.secruitycenter.disable or some variant. I would DL Malwarebytes and perform a full scan and maybe download CCleaner too and perform a cleanup and Registry fix. Make sure to create a backup of the reg it will ask before the fix.

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