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Click start then run, type %TEMP% then press enter, is this where the file is? You can empty the contents of this folder, although anything in use won't delete

Do you run Trend Micro Housecall, if so, have you run it today?
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i ran it had 6 cookies all were deleted or cleaned. adaware had one cookies withrating of three

spybot detected nothing computer dont seem to be affected. i just dont really know wat that type of proxy does.
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that C:\PROGRA~1\TRENDM~1\INTERN~1\TMPROXY.EXE was not found in temp
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The cookies are not a problem, you could run housecall, clean then re-run it and you would have their cookie at least

Same with the proxy, it goes with housecall

You could click tools, internet options, advanced to tick empty the temporary internet files folder when the browser is closed, and tick do not save encrypted pages to disc, click apply, close IE then open it

See if disc clean up clears the proxy file
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so its not a real threat longs as trend is up n running........ updated

its a very good antivirus program.i use with zone alarm firewall
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If trend micro is the resident anti virus programme then it's fine, even if you used the online version only it would still be fine
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ok thanks just needed your expert opinion on that



ok i forgot how i can make a back up registry


i would like to make for future problems

not that ill have any but to be on the safe side
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Click start then run, type regedit then press enter, click file, click export, the dot should be in all, name the file, include the date so you can find them easily, save them to a folder which only has registry back ups in
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ok heres what i get is it ok cause i didnot see the dot................. quote click export, the dot should be in all unquote
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Export range near the bottom

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am i on the right track
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Yes, look at the image you put in post 279, the dot in all is bottom left
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im confused what am i supposed to with dot

it doesnt do anything
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The dot needs to be in all, as it is in the image in post 279, this means you will export / save all the registry

So save it with the dot where it is, the saved file will be 50MB plus
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got it


like ur screenshot its cool


wat other cool programs you got
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