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vviiov.exe and llzzml.exe

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#1 bigbadlobo


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Posted 28 December 2004 - 09:49 PM

Please help with this problem - I've found no other matches to it on the web:

Recently, I've been having problems at startup (Windows XP Pro)...my startup is unusually slow and most times all that occurs is my desktop background appears with the cursor....I opened task manager and two suspicious looking programs (llzzml.exe and vviiov.exe) were running.....when I ended those programs through the task manager, my other desktop items and toolbar appear fine.

I have run both Spybot and Adaware, and added CWShredder on top of that for good measure....I even found and deleted the files in my SYS32 folder....but they keep reappearing.

Can anyone help? Experienced this before?


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#2 Daisuke


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Posted 29 December 2004 - 10:49 AM

Hi :thumbsup:

Download the latest version of HijackThis!: Download here HJT 1.99. Save it on your Desktop. You will need now to unzip hijackthis.exe to a permanent folder, such as c:\hjt . This has to be done as HijackThis creates backups. You may need to use these backups.

First create a new folder:
A. Click My Computer icon on your desktop
B. Click C: drive
C. Click the File menu --> New --> Folder, a folder "New folder" will be created.
D. Rename it HJT

Unzip hijackthis.exe to the c:\HJT folder.

Run HijackThis.exe Press the Scan button, then Save Log.
Notepad will open.

In Notepad click
Edit menu --> Select All
Edit menu --> Copy

When responding to a post from one of our HJT Team members, please reply in the same topic - click the Add Reply button. Do not create a new topic for your reply. This will cause confusion and only cause a delay in the help you are receiving.

Right click in the message area and click on the paste option to paste the log into the post.
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