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#1 beed


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Posted 17 March 2010 - 09:40 PM

I tried removing this antisoft virus malware based on the instructions I read in one of the topics here (running in safe mode w/networking and then deleting registry files etc). The problem I have is that I cannot see any .exe files in the Appdata folder. I have 2 user accts on my laptop, one is the main admin user and other one is the guest user. I am unable to access the internet via the admin user login, tried changing LAN settings etc but still doesnt allow me to access the internet. So, I logged in as a guest and downloaded the malware software remover called SUPERANTISPYWARE and this seem to have worked on my guest login. But on my admin login, I still cannot get rid of this malware and when I run the superantispyware it doesnt detect any of the bad registry files at all. I am really frustrated and stressed out. :thumbsup: I am not an expert computer person but not a novice either, so if you post a response it would be great if you can break it down in simple language
. Thanks a lot

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