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#1 Doug11

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Posted 13 August 2010 - 09:25 AM

I have some kind of antivirus virus on my computer which won't let me do anything at all on it. I keep getting a message that says Application cannot be executed. The file is infected. do you wan to activate your antiviurs software. If I hit that it wants me to purchase some other type of antivirus software. I have Vista operating system. I have up to date Mcafee but cannot access that. I ran Mcafee in safe mode but nothing came up. I dowloaded malwarebytes anti malware but was unable to run it in regular windows. I ran it in safe mode and a trojan came up which I removed. I restarted my computer but still have the same problems and messages as above. If I run my mouse over one of the virus links it has Http//antivirustron.com/shop_____ on it. Only two sites have come up on my computer automatically - www.viagra.com and some porn site. I am sending this on my wifes computer as I cannot send or access anyting on mine. I found this file in documents which I think is the problem file jmjnjhnshdw.exe but I don't know what to do with it.

Thanks for your help.

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