I can not update to Windows XP Professional. And I think it's a virus or trojan horse who causes this problem. The name of the Trojan is Videx32.sys Rootkit Virus. Win32. Alureon!IK. I'm not able to remove it with my anti-virusscanner, because the virus is hidden in my network. I just can not update net-framework. All of the versions of 2.0 till 4.0 failed.
The biggest problem now is that my computer is restarting itself after 15 minutes. This problem arose when I removed a few trojans and viruses from my computer via Karspersky and Iobit malware fighter. One Trojan remained and couldn't be removed via Hitman pro, because you have to buy Hitman pro first but there's no guarrantee that it will work. I think the trojan is the cause of it that I can not update framework. Another name of that same virus is Virus:Win32/Bamital.(C is the detection for the files "explorer.exe" and "winlogon.exe" when they are infected)What can I do to solve this problem?
For in that the computer still boots after 15 minutes it's hard to download stuff and some things he was not even arrested. Presumably this is because the virus.]
I am also getting an error message when I download framework 25007.fout error while initializing fusion. LibraryShim merger with load () can not be loaded. Error: 0x80131700.
I hope this is enough information for you and thanks for the help in advance.
Due to the current startup problems with my computer I could not send mail logs till so far.
My apologies and I hope we can fix this problem as soon as possible. My computer starts itself up, without any reason.
Here are the promised logs.
dds.txt1.txt 14.25KB 2 downloads
dds.txt2.txt 14.52KB 0 downloads
attach.txt1.txt 11.96KB 0 downloads
attach.txt2.txt 12KB 1 downloads
intput.txt1.txt 517bytes 0 downloads
GMER.log1.log 10.59KB 1 downloads
For this I also found another site for help, but because I could not upload the logs they could not help me. Why I'm through, through to find your way.
Edited by hamluis, 23 August 2011 - 10:47 AM.
Merged posts, moved from XP to Malware Removal Logs.