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Systweak Advance Sys Prot, Sys Speedup, & Deeal keeps reinstalling


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#1 alexiahume

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Posted 02 July 2014 - 11:11 PM

Hello!

 

    I Have windows 7 64bit system, and unfortunately my 7 year old must have stumbled onto some 3rd party installs. Now I can not get rid of Systweaks Advance System Protection, System Speed Up, and Deeal. Every time I uninstall it (either by control panel (as if,,,, i wish) or by a scan or tool remover) It waits about 10 min and re installs its self. I didnt want to post a new topic, was trying to fix myself, but it seems the fix must be custom made for the individuals computer based off their pc's logs. So.... here is what I have done:

 

 

Uninstall by control panel (laughable)

 

ADWCleaner  (also ran in safemode)

 

Revo Uninstaller

 

Combo Fix (also ran in safe mode)

 

Malawarebytes (also ran in safe mode)

 

Spyhunter (seemed to find all the files, but then wanted my to buy the software to fix...)

 

Hitman Pro

 

Should I remove it?

 

tdsskiller

 

yet another cleaner

 

I also have installed first and OTL - but couldnt do anything with it with out your help. Oh the pc is popping up ads, running scans all the time, etc etc. Please anyone, if you could help that would be amazing.... I usually can fix my own stuff, but this one is a real doozy. Thank you!

 

 

 



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Posted 03 July 2014 - 07:16 AM

Since you have run ComboFix...please post the ComboFix log, along with the requested DDS log, in a new topic at Malware Removal Logs Forum.

 

Preparation Guide, Before Using Malware Removal Tools and Requesting Help - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic34773.html  

Once that is done, please come back to this topic and post the URL of the new topic you have created.  Once that is done, this topic will be closed and you should pursue the newly created topic in the MRL forum.

 

Thanks :).

 

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Posted 08 July 2014 - 08:26 AM

I was able to fix it on my own... I am sorry I thought this site would tell me I got a response when you replied, I had been checking everyday just not actually looking at the post its self... I was able to fix it by:

 

downloading avast antivirus

Running a Scan

After running scan, avast asked me if i wanted to reboot and run a boot time scan.

I ran the boot time scan.

After boot time scan ran, (took a few hours) It came back up, and I ran combo fix again.

While combo fix was running, there were some plug ins in my browsers that were trying to re-install the malware that avast caught.

I told avast to delete them and now my system is peachy. 

Thanks for trying to help though. :)






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