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system32/drivers/ file not found

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#1 DarinG


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Posted 29 November 2013 - 02:25 PM

I had zero access and/or sirefef virus.  I have been able to remove the problem and all scans show no problems.  Problem now is slow computer.  when I start systernals autoruns I find this :



huunisen   File not found: C:\Windows\system32\drivers\huunisen.sys 

FileDisk   File not found: C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\FileDisk.sys 

efavdrv   File not found: C:\Windows\system32\drivers\efavdrv.sys 

dgderdrv   File not found: System32\drivers\dgderdrv.sys 

catchme   File not found: C:\Users\Darin\AppData\Local\Temp\catchme.sys 



Other symptoms: 


Can't create new file in explorer

QuickBooks will not load under my user name but will load under guest account.  I spent 4 hours with tec support from quick books looking at problem.  No solution.  ( I noticed quickbooks sending information to "amazonaw.cloudfront.net") 

I have un-installed and re-installed quick books, Iexplorer 11, and got rid of some other programs. 

I am running Intel I5  8gb ram and 128gig ssd  Eset smart security 7


Can anyone help with this? 


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#2 dls62


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Posted 29 November 2013 - 03:10 PM

Hi DarinG,


I can't help you on huunisen.sys, however for the remainder I can offer the following:


efadrv.sys is part of Eset Smart Security - I would run a repair install which should rectify this problem

catchme.sys is a malware remnant and the entry can be deleted

Filedisk.sys probably belongs to Iolo System Mechanic

dgderdrv.sys belongs to Device Error Recovery SDK



If you have either of these last two programs installed, then a repair install should resolve the problems.  If not the entries can be removed.


Also, you can run sfc /scannow from an elevated command prompt which may replace any missing or corrupt system files.  Windows Repair (All In One) - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/download/windows-repair-all-in-one/ - may also help.

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