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Project1 shows up in my task manager everytime I run in normal mode. I have tried just about everything to get rid of this. I've run ATF Cleaner, Ad-aware, AVG Anti-Spyware, AVG Antivirus, and before all that McAfee antivirus, that is what I had installed on my computer when I got this virus. I uninstalled it after about a week of trying to get rid of this and installed AVG Antivirus.

When I ran all of these programs to begin with there were alot of things found and removed. I had to do all of this in safe mode because I can't in normal mode. Now l just ran all of these again and nothing was found, but as soon as I restarted in normal mode, project1 was there, and if I try to do anything I soon get a blue screen that says windows has shut down to protect the computer, blah, blah, blah, and then at the bottom of the screen it says it did a physical memory dump. I tried to run Look2Me_Destroyer; it got part way through and then shutdown.

When I looked at the details after I used task manager to close project1, these are the files it gave me:

kybrdff_e34.exe.mdmp and appcompat.txt

When I tried to find these they were not where the path said they were. In fact I could not find kybrdff_34.exe anywhere, but when I went into AVG Anti-Spyware and went to custom scan, this file showed up as being in c:\ , but when I went to expore, it wasn't there. I have all files showing, system and hidden.

I can't get online so I am having to do this on another computer. I have downloaded Hijack This and can put it on a flash drive.

Waiting for help!
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