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buisness server has BSOD won't run long enough to backup even HELPsss

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#1 shopit


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Posted 12 May 2013 - 09:06 PM

ok guys so I own a small business and my server runs a sql server. Randomly thursday my software started crashing every two minutes. we had no idea why or what was going on at first. So I used to much more avid into windows back in the xp days and before. I kinda switched to mac and haven't messed with newer windows. I actually just picked up a win 8 surface pro to use for tuning trucks and quickbooks. 


So as I've looked at it at first ive though malware. Cause it would stay open in safe mode but not in reg mode. And my software wont run in safe mode so can't backup my data. So I've scanned with windows malicious software tools, I've scanned with pcmatic from pc pitstop as we use it for used laptops we sell and works relatively well. Tried iola which works rather well there system mechanic. So far the windows tools found 4 malware which were according to all scans removed. Then if i go to certain settings or windows update or such it shuts off instantly. I figured its either malware, memory, a driver or registry error.  I don't think its memory or i would think it would shut down the same in safe mode. 


The error I get with windows update is just a straight crash

If I go to dell and go to the driver update tool i get "unable to install or run this application. This application requires your system to be updated to Microsoft common language runtime version 4.0.30319.0"


Also when the computer comes back up from its blue screen I get run dl error "there was a problem starting c:users/server/appdata/roaming/msrex.dll the specified module couldn't be found"


Second error was a run dl "there was a problem starting c:users/server/appdata/roaming/rcsnpa.dll the specified module could not be found."


The blue screen states technical information:

**** stop: 0x0000008e (0xc0000005,0x835c7487,0xb653f66c,0x00000000)

*** atport.sys - adress 835c7487 base at 835c1000, datestamp 4ce788e8



The trojans found since 5/10 was trojan:win32/medfos.x and medfos.b on the 11th was trojan:html/redirector.bb and two copies of that. At last scan nothing found anything else. There was one more program found when i put it into an external lightning jig on my mac clam found but i forgot what it was it was something trojan.something..


I have attached the rammon file and I'm going to use the driver utility to try and list the drivers.  I really need this up online or I'm going to be loosing business fast and cash....

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#2 Anshad Edavana

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Posted 12 May 2013 - 11:07 PM



The error message you are receiving is malware related and i strongly suspect they are causing the BSOD. Don't scan the system with any antimalware tools. This type of infection should be removed under the supervision of a trained malware helper. Running any malware removal tools directly may damage the OS and there is potential risk of loosing your data. Please follow the instructions in the below link and post a malware removal request in the appropriate section.




As the number of requests are pretty high, you may have to wait a little to get help from a trained malware helper.


You made a mistake by not backing up your data regularly. You should consider employing an automatic backup solution as you are running a business and the data is very important.

#3 shopit

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Posted 13 May 2013 - 07:47 AM

We have done backups daily. Our issue is with the amount of transactions we do daily one day is a ton. Between new options and sales, plus extension payments, as well layaways and sales plus financing sales. its just a high number of transactions. The companies that make our software is small in the area of 5. They do not make automated backup solutions etc. we have to manually backup at the end of the day using the program itself. they are just releasing an automated cloud backup that runs while the software is open and we have placed an order but the modules not available for another week.


Plus with the variety of merchandise we have to research i can not block or restric the net as I do not know what sites they will need so then they abuse it in downtime and go on craigslist shopping or link clicking and then we end up with situations like this.... I have provided tablets for them to surf the internet on to research info but apparently its to much of a hassle for them and the units get misplaced, damaged, or other.


I've been trying to get a software company to deign software using ipads as terminals and a g5 or mac mini as a server as it would be extremely efficient and there is alot of demand for such software and features. Plus with the built in camera, it would be perfect especially with an app similar for the ebay app format for our intake process. if you guys have any suggestions of who let me know.


I'll follow the route you suggested. Thanks,


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Posted 13 May 2013 - 12:31 PM

Reference:  http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/494437/my-small-buisness-server-crashed-bsod-every-2-minutes-help/#entry3049473


Now that you have properly posted a malware log topic, you should NOT make further changes to your computer (install/uninstall programs, use special fix tools, delete files, edit the registry, etc) unless advised by a MRT Team member, nor should you ask for help elsewhere. Doing so can result in system changes which may not show in the log you already posted. Further, any modifications you make on your own may cause confusion for the helper assisting you and could complicate the malware removal process which would extend the time it takes to clean your computer.

From this point on, the MRT Team should be the only members that you take advice from, until they have verified your log as clean.

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