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#1 pmarinovich

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Posted 04 February 2006 - 02:35 PM

Hello,

My name is Pete and I am a jazz guitarist and huge football fan. The football thing is what has gotten me into trouble. I downloaded a program from ESPN.com so I could view some of their videos. Now my PC is under constant seige by a program called DIGServices.com. :thumbsup: It's driving me crazy. It won't uninstall. It won't delete. It just keeps popping up all day at the worst of times.

Can someone please help me get rid of this file?? I'll be eternally grateful. :flowers:

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Posted 04 February 2006 - 06:56 PM

Have you tried running Adware and Spyware programs? Is the item on the list of programs (in the "Add/Remove Programs") list?

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Posted 04 February 2006 - 07:21 PM

The following freeware aps will detect and remove spyware/malware from your computer and in addition to your resident anti-virus program you should have several (if not all) of these installed (and used frequently - each may detect things that the others may not -always update them before you run them)

AdAware SE: http://www.lavasoftusa.com/software/adaware/

Spybot S&D: http://www.safer-networking.org/en/index.html
(install the Teatimer feature and have it run at startup)

Microsoft Antispyware Beta: http://www.microsoft.com/athome/security/s...re/default.mspx
(this program should also run at all times - it gives you real time protection)

SpywareBlaster: http://www.javacoolsoftware.com/spywareblaster.html

Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool (Win XP and Win 2000):
http://www.microsoft.com/security/malwareremove/default.mspx

AČ - Free from http://www.majorgeeks.com/download4281.html . Run it, click Search for Updates, then click Scan.

Set all of the above to update automatically if applicable.

Web based online Antivirus and anti-malware scans: (these can be run regardless of whatever else you are using. You must use Internet Explorer to run these as they require Active X.)

Kaspersky Anti-Virus Web Scanner
http://www.kaspersky.com/service?chapter=161739400#betatest

Panda Activescan
http://www.pandasoftware.com/activescan/co...n_principal.htm

Trend Micro antivirus and malware scan:
http://housecall-beta.trendmicro.com/en/st...orp.asp?id=scan

Etrust Anti-virus web scanner
http://www3.ca.com/securityadvisor/virusinfo/scan.aspx.

Online trojan scans here -

http://scan.sygatetech.com/pretrojanscan.html

http://windowsecurity.com/trojanscan

Windows Security Trojanscan
http://www.windowsecurity.com/trojanscan/trojanscan.asp

You can also use the following freeware ap, Startup Inspector, to prevent the program from starting when your computer boots. Startup Monitor notifies you if any program is being added to the startup menu and gives you the option of whether or not you want it added.
Both are available here:
http://www.windowsstartup.com/download.php

Edited by Enthusiast, 04 February 2006 - 07:27 PM.





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