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I think I downloaded a virus,


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swemnaked

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obviously I need help getting rid of it...whenever I try to open a program, such as Windows Media player, iTunes, Firefox, etc, I get the message "application configuration is incorrect. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem." or "Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service." or something saying that I may not have the ability to do that...even though I'm the only one on the computer, and I've been opening or deleting whatever before. How do I fix this? seriously need help since exams are next week
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wannabe1

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Hi swemnaked...

Has this just started happening in the last week or so?

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It just happened today...I think I got rid of it...when I did a virus scan, nothing came up, but everything seems good now.
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Probably wouldn't hurt to run through the list at the Malware Forum...just to be sure.

If you want to know for sure, you could post a log for the experts to look at. :whistling:

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