Posted 24 July 2011 - 06:24 PM
Hamluis is correct, do not post your logs here in this section of forum.
If you are still with us here, I suggest you go to control panel, look for device manager, look for network adapters, expand this area if it isn't already expanded, look to see if there is a red 'X' or yellow exclamation mark in this area.
Is there either of those showing up in this area?
If this is the case, your drivers were deleted.
Since your NIC is not being recognized by your computer, this would indicate your drivers were infected and were removed. Chances of hardware detection programs such as Speccy listing the proper credentials for your NIC would not be possible.
My request to you was to tell us what files were quarantined, so it can be determined if you need to replace those files with clean, uninfected copies for your NIC to function properly again.
If you wish to post your logs instead, please follow what Hamluis recommended above and post those to the proper section of the forum board.
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