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#1 BValerie


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Posted 28 October 2014 - 01:23 PM

I ran Combofix after downloading it from this site, as well as the manual for it, which I printed out.  I ran it with the advice of a trusted friend in my User Group who is a professional computer consultant.


My Windos 7 Pro, Dell computer had slowed down to a crawl and it was obvious something was wrong.  Also, Firefox's Home page had been taken over by Ask.com.


After running ComboFix, the computer is back to normal speed and acting well.  However, I'd like someone at your end to look at the ComboFix log and help me understand it.


It says CLSID was infected with Poweliks and it was removed, but I should verify if my current CLSID data is correct.  How do I do that?


Also, check in my Task Manager, Process screen, I see a lot of instances (they vary and change in number as I watch), of nllksewcllr *32.ece, with description "Google Chrome".  I do not have Chrome on my computer (only Firefox and Internet Explorer).


I can't find a way to post the log in a private section of your web.

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