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Help of removing IRP-HOOK from a laptop!?

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Posted 12 December 2014 - 03:10 AM

Hi folks:)


I am new in here and needs some serious help with some rootkits got on my laptop windows 7 64bit.


Yesterday I scanned AVG 2015 as I usual do when I am using the computer, but suddenly it detected 9 threats and I of course remove them away, but when I scanned again those same 9 threats with the same name appered agian for example:


IPR-hook, C:/windows/system32/DRIVERS/hidusb.sys IRP-MJ-INTERNAL-DEVICE-CONTROL- HIDCLASS.SYS.... and so on.


I read on some others websites like forums that it maybe are false postive but

I am affraid that my computer is infected and is very sad about this. And I have tried my very best and my own knowledge which have helped my friends and family with some computer´s problems... but this is so far beyond my reach.... so that is mostly why I came to seek help in here. I saw another user in here have the same similarly problem as I do and tried to try out these programs out but I run into the same problem every time that avg detected those theats again: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/509272/rootkit-irp-hook-28-infections-how-to-remove/


I am using folowing programs which I have done in long time for safety and perfomance: 

AVG 15, advanced systemcare 8, wise care 365, malwarebytes anti-malware and microsoft security essentials.


I hope someone in here can  help with this kindly :(

And to your infomation or you may notice my first langauage is not englishXD

And I have not run into some strange issues with the computer yet


Edit: Currently I just scanned the computer with adwcleaner and it found a lot of files and some others things, I wiil report again with AVG if it came up again or else I will try with securitycheck


Edit: AVG found them again... Just tried with kaspersky TDSSKiller and it found over 200 threats 


Edit: After had running many scan from 3 programs like ccleaner, it looks like the irp rookiit is gone when I scan with avg but now the problem is that avg is every time finding a high risk virus which has something to do with the another anti virus software mirocsoft one... so am I now gonna uninstall the microsoft one

Edited by FJ-KID, 12 December 2014 - 05:54 AM.

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