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Windows Restore after removal affects

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#1 want297z


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Posted 08 May 2011 - 08:50 AM

I successfully removed Windows Restore using Rkill and mbam, and restored sight to all files using unhide.

Now for the remaining issues.

The quick start bar still has no programs on it. Do I need to replace them manually there?
All of my start program file folders are empty and certain ones have been deleted. Is there a way to get those back? Or is that a manuall operation to restore those too. I don't even remember what all was there.
I keep getting this script error that says the following is the problem "www2a.glam.com/mobile/detect.act?affiliateId=38198522". I tried searching for script errors in this forum but cannot find anything related. Am I looking in the wrong place? After searching on google, I didn't get much help either. Most findings were to a software company and they said it was this trojan "Trojan.Win32/Vundo.gen!X". I am not sure I believe them or not as I have no experience in seeing their products in use. I thought forsure mbam would get rid of all items, but the script error still pops up. Any help with this?

Thanks for the help,


Edited by Budapest, 08 May 2011 - 04:47 PM.
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