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Antimalware Doctor on wife's computer


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#1 bleepedindeed

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Posted 25 August 2010 - 03:11 AM

So I have no idea of where it came from. I saw the other post, but the files he removed did not fix the problem. An XP machine, she uses AOL and has their version of McAfee Security Center. Upon bootup, the error meesagte was "error loading C:/windows/dmcmfmsp.dll The specified module could not be found." I got a meet locals popup when IE8 was opened, along with numerous reminder to activate AMD.
There used to be a tutorial here, what should I do to eradicate this malware? I am re-doing the scan she performed, but I was told McAfee could not quarantine the virus.
Thanks!

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#2 bleepedindeed

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Posted 27 August 2010 - 01:57 AM

FYI
I am reinstalling XP, because I could not run one of the programs you guys wanted to see a log for. It is the path of least resistance in this case. The malware chewed up all the available memory, and I ran out of patience.
Thanks for being here, though.




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