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Yes, I am thinking zonealarm is causing the problem

Zonealarm has made good products for a long time, but we are seeing more and more issues with it the past year. I am not suggesting you dump it -- just uninstall it, see if the issue goes away, and reinstall it if you wish.
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it must of repared the 2 viruses that it found as there were no infections this time.

I will disable it for now and run panda scan to see if its ok. It crashed my pc last time. BSOD.

I did have some issues with z/a and motherboard moniter 5 at boot. They didn't like starting together, so would hang mp pc on boot.

EDIT:

Whats this message mean, I keep getting at boot since I created the new account in a txt file.

[.ShellClassInfo]
LocalizedResourceName=@%SystemRoot%\system32\shell32.dll,-21787

Edited by DangeR!, 16 March 2006 - 02:34 PM.

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dubble post:

Edited by DangeR!, 16 March 2006 - 02:37 PM.

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it means you have a corrupt desktop.ini file

If you can see a file called desktop.ini on your desktop, delete it and reboot

If you cannot,

start > run
cmd
<enter>

in the box, type
attrib -h -s desktop.ini /s
<enter>

this will take about 2-5 minutes to run depending on how many folders you have

when it is finished, type
attrib +h +s desktop.ini /s
<enter>

close all and reboot

fix?
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Hi,
It took like a split second. typed the comand and then the ini file poped up in the quick launch bar. Then typed in the other cmd and it went. rebooted and it didnt come up.

As for the main error. The problems booting hasn't happend yet, though it did go for a while before then came bk.

EDIT:
Sry but I havent said thankyou for the time and effort you've put into my problem, I do apreciate it thnx.

Edited by DangeR!, 16 March 2006 - 03:52 PM.

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ok, so where are we now... ?
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I'm not anywhere, but it seems his problem is far far from mine now.
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were at the "wait and see" game. just chilling till it comes bk. If it doesn't after a while, then the dyte-by-byte virus scan that I did must of gotten rid of it. Or, it was zonealarm doing stuf it shouldn't have. I'll re-acticvate it in a few days and see.

Panda still BSOD's my pc. I aint ever using that again. any ideas on why?

@morethanben,
what virus protection do you have? run a bite-by-bite scan, the most indepth scan possible with you software.
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this is why two people in one thread is an issue....the problems are the same, but the cause may be slightly different

ben, please attach a hijackthis log

ATTACH ATTACH ATTACH ATTACH ATTACH ATTACH ATTACH ATTACH
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Duh, My bad. attached.

btw, I had my own thread, but I never got replies.

Attached Files


Edited by morethanben, 17 March 2006 - 11:35 AM.

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Thread finally die on me?
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do you have spyware doctor? uninstall it and see if that works.
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lol, my problem has nothing to do with yours, I think it got mine fixed.
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cool, do tell. what was the problem.
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Can't really say, I haven't rebooted my computer in... 84hrs and 55mins. I did run a few temp file folder cleaners and registry cleaners.
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