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#1 gregb204


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Posted 06 March 2011 - 08:57 AM

this is hard to remove. I saw on this site to run malwarebytes but it didnt remove all. wanted to give tip what I did. run ATF-Cleaner.exe

if xp comp. removes temp files. then run asp by hxxp://www.systweak.com/, free spyware removal. update first.

My xp comp seems to be fixed. no av program could remove it. spybot finds but not removes. other just missed it.

good luck on fix.


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Posted 06 March 2011 - 01:24 PM


I'm glad you were able to resolve your issues. Please note that every system and mix of malware is different. That means that what will fix one computer may not work on another. On yet a third, it may cause serious problems.

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