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How to get rid of Trojan.Hiloti

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#1 whitney70


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Posted 25 August 2010 - 08:14 AM

My computer shut down on me the other day and the only way to operate it was in safe mode. I managed to run Malwarebytes antiMalware and found about 15 infected filed which were cleaned up. My computer seems to be running, but after a few hours of non-use and upon rebooting, I get the message

"error loading c:\users\mycomputername\Appdata\local\odusafoxoqo.dll - Specified module could not be found"

Also, if I get this message when the computer is already on, I will get a message that windows experienced a shut down (I dont have the message up right now, so those are not the exact words).

Also, I ran AVG which said that a certain virus could only be moved to the vault and not healed. It was Trojanhorsegeneric 18.bvnj within a file of c:\users\appdata\localtemp\0.6934580205703226.bat.


Since I am still getting these messages upon booting up my computer and even when it is on, I think I still have the virus.....can you please help????

FYI -- I noticed someone with a similar problem who ran the online program (I think ENT). I tried, but my computer refuses to load the add on. I guess I am not knowledgable enough to know how to get it on!


Edited by Pandy, 25 August 2010 - 08:27 AM.
Moved from Malware removal logs as no logs are posted ~Pandy

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