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An easy Virus but a heavy task- It crashes myWWWconnection!!!


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#1 meutereiXberg

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Posted 17 August 2010 - 05:45 AM

Hi to all the CREW of Bleeping!!!
You guys (girls also if there are) are a big big help! My full Respect!


So, my Q.
I have a virus wich worst beheave is that is not allowing me to use any softwear wich connects my to the net. Modzila is fu..., Chrome also.
So Im now in a PC club to search help.

My Question is: if I follow the steps you already recomended for another user with the same problem, but i download the DDScrs, DDS.pif,Defoger(to stop emulatiopn), Rkill and GMER to a USB stick and than try to run them on my PC - will it work?

if it does, I will post the information that the scan brings up back hire.

If not, WHAT TO DO? is it enough to run GMER ?

how to win back my Modzila?- connectivity is OK, full signal, but the pages do not charge. Done it says and nothing!
pls help

best regards
Miro Mueller

Edited by Pandy, 17 August 2010 - 07:15 PM.
Moved from Malware Removal logs as no logs are included and the prep Guide is not followed ~Pandy


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Posted 11 November 2010 - 07:56 PM

Hello are you saying you no longer have a malware issue. You were able to run tools etc...
Want to be sure before we end this topic.
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Posted 12 November 2010 - 06:42 AM

Please, some Admin to delete this topic!
...or put it in Order: "How NOT to ask for help!" since I wrote it confusing, not clear what I want, and NOT very clear what the problem is.
First I had to learn a little bit more about HOW TO ASK FOR HELP .

I had virus, but not the virus was guilty for destroying my system. I over-reacted. Dleted reg.files, processes etc. without knowing what they are for...

So at the end- new Win installation.( Very proud to have done it alone, costs free! ) I still had no WLAN, my card was dead but fnaly I found a way to connect with cable, found the right Driver and ....now it works OK

Thanks a lot for offering help, folks . I write back when I have another issues.

salut from Germany

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Posted 12 November 2010 - 09:31 AM

Thanks for your reply..
"How NOT to ask for help!" LOL yes it can be very tough..
Glad you have it sirted now :thumbup2:

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