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#1 louvega

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Posted 20 May 2004 - 07:33 PM

I'm not sure if this is a Firewall forum topic exactly, but if anyone can please help?

I had a file that somehow became installed in my Symantec files (not positive if that's the file it was in). The file was SNDWARN.EXE

This file kept popping up with a reminder saying I needed to update my internet intrusion detections (with 2 large buttons - "update now" or "later")

I completely removed any Norton products (Norton website - uninstall tool), but the file remained!!

I went into safe mode to search around, ran my anti-spyware programs, reg clean, reg vac, spybot and adaware and still nothing. When I tried to go back into normal mode, my resolution remained with the same look as safe mode, and now I can't change my resolution back and there have been modifications to my registry by the looks of it and my startup tab in msconfig. My monitor driver seems to have a problem now too. I can't change any color settings or resolution.

Please help!!? Any suggestions, anyone?

I can also post my Hijack this log, if that will help.

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#2 louvega

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Posted 20 May 2004 - 07:47 PM

P.S.
Sorry,
Here's my stats:

Windows 98SE, Pentium II
Current display adaper: Generic PERMEDIA 2 3D Accelerator

and my skills are basic, so please be gentle. :-p

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Posted 20 May 2004 - 10:49 PM

Do you want all symantec products removed from your machine?

If you do and have already tried to get rid of it all also delete the directory c:\program files\symantec.

I would also download new video drivers and install them and see if that fixes your problem with the video card.


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