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If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us. December 13, 2010 at 4:07 PM camille said... KimberlyH 3.03.2010 22:45 Okay, I'm back!I'm actually using the desktop. Update Checker will notify you if any of your programs require an update. check over here

Things are slightly better now: the 0i763f66bz.exe file has been deleted, and now I'm getting only two warnings (instead of three) for the services.exe... (I'm trying to look at the bright Thanks!Worked for me too. December 31, 2010 at 5:34 PM GardenGirl said... Malware Response Team 17,075 posts OFFLINE Gender:Female Location:Wills Point, Texas Local time:11:04 PM Posted 26 April 2011 - 02:56 PM Hello yonsterr ,Sorry for the delay.

I backup the system files and everything the first day of owning this laptop so the full recovery should not be of too much headache. Generally the staff checks the forum for postings that have 0 replies as this makes it easier for them to identify those who have not been helped. Should I follow the instructions and run combofix again?

  1. I'm attaching a new DDS log and hopefully I can muddle my way through HiJackThis to get you a log from there, too.
  2. How is it running?I see bits of Norton running, and you seem to be using Avast!
  3. Logged oldman Avast Evangelist Massive Poster Posts: 4165 Some days.....
  4. I have just done a download test of a known safe file from my dropbox via an internet link sent in an email and unfortunatelly it has reported the file contains
  5. Thanks for the info.
  6. You need to check your Host file and lmHost file.

Click to expand... PS. Afterwards it started to redirect less but sometimes it would still redirect. Could this mean that even before the redirection, I've been captured by the virus on the first PC?I have spent hours using MalwareBytes, ComboFix, Hitman, AVG, and CCCleaner to no avail.

Logged oldman Avast Evangelist Massive Poster Posts: 4165 Some days..... Check Windows HOSTS file5. Now I am getting help at the malwarebytes forum.Do you think I still have a virus?Thanks!! I have attempted to remove this bug several times now and downloaded half a dozen Malware removing tools, anti-spyware, and virus protection programs that have yielded little progress and no success

I'm having the same trouble with my Commodore Amiga 1200! From start/Run, I enter "www.Google.com". Ran combofix without following instructions... Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled.

It works again!! All the research I found pointed to residuals from a virus I had removed. August 8, 2011 at 8:30 PM Anonymous said... Thanks a bunch.

I've zipped the Sysinfo as instructed - and it's attached.5. check my blog e) Choose "Obtain DNS server address automatically" and click OK. 3. MOS...this bug's for you Re: another System32\services.exe case. I was getting really annoyed by this virus.If I hear anyone complaining about the same problems, I'll be sure to link them here. :) June 23, 2011 at 12:00 PM ShahM

didnt solve a dang thing :( March 28, 2012 at 7:54 PM ben said... I tried running Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware and Super AntiSpy but they said there was no infection. Edited by yonsterr, 26 April 2011 - 08:15 PM. this content In this scenario, always confirm the reboot action to be on the safe side. Add to your next reply, any log that HitmanPro might generate.

STEP 2: Run

I was having a google redirect issue that none of my programs could fix. I've done system restores multiple times, thinking that it would do the trick, but it didn't. May 22, 2010 at 8:20 AM Anonymous said...

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However, I would advise others to read the disclaimer and not to use ComboFix unless they are working with someone who has been trained in its use, and knows what to It makes me feel as if the virus is protecting itself. Many people say that this problem remains after removing rogue security software or Trojans. The main thing with my firefox is that when I get redirected if I go back to the google search right under the link I clicked on there is something that

Anyone any ideas? Followed all steps but after running /flushdns seem to worked February 18, 2011 at 11:57 AM Anonymous said... is there any other solution? have a peek at these guys I really tried and so help me Gawd, it was a PITA.

I couldn't get into safe mode (windows start up repair launched and then froze...the second time I started windows normally and it worked).