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Please Help, is re-install necessary? ESET found 3 types of Trojans.

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#1 Milla-Bach


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Posted 19 May 2015 - 04:13 AM

Recieved this computer few days ago. Just installed ESET Smart Security 8.0 Scan lasted almost two hours. Found problems with Java. Also Something about scanned folders- Operating memory; C:\Boot Sector; C:\  Found 3 infected files C:\Program Files\Logitech\Resource Center\installers\wildtangent\blastrb2.exe>>nsis - unsupported option    C:\MAV\mavinst.exe >> WISE >> agentins.ui>>ZIP>>agent_lang_helper_vbs - error   I don't have a copy of the results. Not sure how to do that and post it here for people to see and understand what I am having problems with. Also, when I tried tp scan again after infected files were found I get a message that said Error communicating with kernel then when I try to click on the ESET icon in the bottom right hand side it just disappears before I can click on it. Also, cannot change Windows firewall settings, said it is controleed by Group Policy??? Thats when I disabled it and decided to install ESET Smart Security that comes with its own personal firewall. What a mess. I'm not sure if it would be easier to reinstall or to try and fix whatever is causing weird problems. You guys have been great over the years and various computer problems I have had with quite a few different computers. I know this is an older model but it was a gift and my other desktop was destroyed and np longer functions. This is all I have for now to get online with until I can afford to buy a better system. Any advice would be very much apreciated. Thank you.

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 07:49 AM

You posted about this same issue in Malware Removal Log. That topic is here http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/576663/trojan-infected-3-eset-found-thesenow-cannot-open-eset-to-re-scan/

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