Dr. Web did not work. I downloaded it on the desktop but when I rebooted into Safe the file was not on the desktop. Safe has no Find function so I could not locate it. Then I tried to run it from normal WinXP. It said it was 850 days old and I should update but the website it sent me to was in Russian or something and I was never able to update. Anyway it would not run, said the license was expired. Kept giving me an error and closed down.
So I tried Dial-A-Fix. When I tried to open with ALzip there was no script, just boxes and symbols. I tried 7Zip but that would not work. I tried to redownload ALZip. Still nothing but boxes. So I tried to unzip and guess what the boxes meant and somehow found a Dial-A-Fix exe file and clicked on it. And then I found the Dial-A-Fix box with all the check marks. I checked the boxes per your instruction and hit GO. The first message said that it could not identify my IE (running IE7) - and therefore it would not be able to make a lot of corrections. How can it not recognize IE7?? I got about 20 error messages as it went to completion - from not enough resources to XXX is corrupted or cannot be registered; call Dial-A-Fix for an exception.
So I do not know whether Dial-A-Fix worked or not. I think the ALzip is an expired trial version and will delete it with RevoUninstaller and try to download it again.
Right now I am running Kaspersky again in safe mode and have received several messages about trojans. It is pretty slow.
Things are not working well today. I do not know if I have accomplished anything or not.
Edited by tyl604, 04 May 2011 - 05:41 PM.