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Adware.WinFavorites Removal Help?


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dt98rmb

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Ok, here's the problem, NAV finds bridge.inf file in C:\WINDOWS\Downloaded Program Files\bridge.inf

Doing a full scan doesn't find anything else, and as far as I can tell the file hasn't been run, and checking the symantec site, it says to go into the folder and delete the file, but it is not there...

Files in the folder :
creative software autoupdate
creative software autoupdate support package
shockwave activex control
shockwave flash object
rdxie class
pcpitstop utility
jave runtime environment a.4.2 (have that twice)
{9F1C11AA-197B-4942-BA54-47A8489BB47F} (Properties say:http://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/CAB/x86/unicode/iuctl.CAB?37920.6649305556)
{95844941-7934-4693-92D9-8202EA7B20ED} (Property says http://www.stumbleup...om/stumble.cab)

I've got it so that it shows all system files etc and can't find it...so anyone have any ideas???

I'm using FF 1.01 as my browser, so don't know how I could have picked it up...but now that I have, how do I get rid of it?

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Well I ran a check with the pitstop website, and that said it was all clear...so now I'm kind of confused, don't know which to trust...any one have any ideas?
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