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Trouble removing Boot.Tidserv.C


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#1 Richx1

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Posted 25 May 2011 - 10:55 PM

My PC is running Norton AV 2k11.

In the last many days I have been getting a SONAR notification that Boot.Tidserv.C cannot be removed.

So far i have ran:

-Norton AV Scan
-TDSSKiller.exe: Finds and informs it will cure on Boot
-Malwarebytes Anti Malware scan - Finds and removes multiple issues.

During the early AM I am seeing in my logs that a website (qvc.com) is trying to download software to my PC.

I am also seeing infections information about the following filenames:
siphera.exe
ciphera.exe


Please advise.

Thanks!

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Posted 25 May 2011 - 11:21 PM

After rebooting my PC went to the blinking cursor and stayed.

I rebooted to my Win7 Install CD and used recovery console.

Ran bootserv /nt60 c: /mbr

Recovered back into my installation of Window.




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