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#1 Normbofix

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Posted 26 January 2011 - 02:12 PM

Hello all ,
First time here

One of my client is running W2K Workstation and their Avast detected 2 Win32:Trojan-gen (Adobe & HP1006MC.EXE)
I ran combofix and in middle of the scan it rebooted her PC
While continuing the ComboFix after the reboot the 2 Popup came up about "Cannot import Creg.dat & Sregc.dat error accessing the registry" she cliked OK
The combofix finished and had deleted 3 files ;
c:\documents and settings\bmorris\GoToAssistDownloadHelper.exe
C:\Install.exe
c:\winnt\Web\default.htt

I ran malwarebyte , nothing found
I Rebooted her PC , no errors during reboot
I decided to run again comnbofix , and again in middle of the scan it rebooted her PC but this time there was a Popup during that reboot that says "The Max registry is too small"
And also again while continuing the ComboFix after the reboot the 2 Popup came up about "Cannot import Creg.dat & Sregc.dat error accessing the registry" she cliked OK
This time no deletion were done on Combofix , I restarted her PC and no registry error
I wonder if those registry popup could of been cause from Combofix or her PC has a problem
Please let me know if you have any ideas
Thank you all
Norm

Edited by Budapest, 26 January 2011 - 04:09 PM.
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