Posted 01 July 2010 - 10:22 PM
I am sorry, but multiple malware removal team members have tried everything they can. In some cases there is just no way to resolve the issues a computer may be having and we suggest that you reformat your computer. If there is malware installed, and I as well as others are unsure if there is at this point, then reformatting and reinstalling will make this malware inactive and you can then use your computer in peace knowing that there is nothing actively running on your computer that can pose as a security risk.
I am sorry that we at Bleeping Computer are not able to help you further, but my suggestion at this time is to reformat and reinstall your computer's operating system. If you have any questions about reinstalling Windows, please feel free to ask in our Windows forums.
Thank you and I am now closing this topic.
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