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Posted 16 November 2010 - 08:31 PM

I don't even know where to start. Well a couple months ago i kept on having tabs open in firefox of unrelated websites no matter what site i went to. And then a few days ago my computer had a rogue antivirus named "Antivirus Action" come up. The last thing i remembered weird happening was something about Java popped up and that was it. Antivirus Action blocked me from opening anything to possibly help me even task manager and firefox. I tried using rkill and smitfraudfix neither worked. I went into safe mode and ran smitfraud and mbam and then just MBAM and when i was done and restarted the virus still popped up saying everything was infected. I eventually downloaded ESET and it found quite a few malrware/virus and i restarted and my computer seemed to work. But I believe there is many still lingering and I have this pop up everytime i log on "Windows cannot open this file: Updates from HP.exe.vir" What do I do to ensure the safety of my computer?

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Posted 16 November 2010 - 09:14 PM

I have Windows XP with SP2




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