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Can't find maleware


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#1 jcooke

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Posted 15 July 2010 - 10:43 AM

First of all, my computer takes about twenty minutes to start up, and another ten to shut down. Just a few days ago it took a fraction of this time to do either. Secondly, when I open the programs Go-Global Client which is a hosting program and Datacard Server which reads datacards, the programs freeze with the loading message up, and disallowing me to use other programs on the computer. If I open task manager and delete the process, the freezing stops.

I work in an office where everyone has the same type of computer with the same amount of data and all running on the same server, however I am the only person with this problem. I have run multiple antivirus, maleware, and spyware programs including Norton Anti-Virus 2010, SuperAntiSpyware version 4.4, Spybot S&D, CCleaner, Malewarebytes Anti-Maleware, and Advanced System Care. I have also run a registry cleaner. I have found maleware and deleted it, however the problem has not gone away. I have recently run HijackThis to try and find the problem, however I do not know what to do with my scanned results. It would be much appreciated If somone could help me, thank you.

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