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Spyaxe And Winfixer Removal Disabled My Email

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#1 Anthony1


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Posted 13 January 2006 - 08:16 PM

After following directions to remove winfixer trojan and spyaxe trojan, my system will not connect to email (yahoo) and Federal student aid forms websites. I'm afraid that running virtumundobegone has removed something it shouldnt. (maybe my fault) Windows XP Home will still run well and perform great except for this. I saved a group of "infected" files that were to be removed from system, but dont know which ones to replace.

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Posted 14 January 2006 - 03:52 AM


Welcome to Bleeping Computer. Take a look at this pinned topic. Click Here. Try the steps there. If you still have a problem, please post back with specific urls and error messages. And also the list of "infected" files you saved.

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