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I think im infected, BEX crash 32bit browsers.

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#1 zaid90


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Posted 20 October 2012 - 07:20 PM

my pc got infected with a nasty virus a few months back. i used kaspersky and malwarebytes to clean it (and a few other steps that i fallowed, all from here) . recently my kaspersky and malware trials ran out, i uninstaalled kasperksy and installed avast free. after this happens all my 32 bit browers (posting this using 64bit IE) keep getting "firefox has stopped workiong" without ever starting or even reporting a crash. for firefox, i first get "firefox has stopped workiong" and BEX as the event, after i click close the program a 2nd "firefox has stopped workiong" pops up saying APPCRASH as the event.

i have tried safe mode scan with malwarebytes, found nothing. i did a boot scan with avast and found nothing. TSSD found 2 threats and removed them. i have no idea what to do from here, help!

Firefox does work in windows safe mode.

i have used a system restore point from a week ago, and firefox is working but randomly creates a BEX crash.

Edited by zaid90, 20 October 2012 - 08:05 PM.

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#2 Jimbob85


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Posted 29 October 2012 - 08:53 AM

Please post any logs that you have.

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