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se.dll Computer asking for file[RESOLVED]

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My husband's laptop was infected with a virus that took control of his Explorer. I installed the new Norton and it caught it and killed it, but now every time he turns the computer on it is asking for se.dll in his Temp folder.

From reading this forum I now know that se.dll is the virus that Norton caught. How to I make this request go away too?
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Hi. Welcome to Geeks to Go!

We now have a new forum for our members Ad-Aware SE

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You may ask why you should post an Ad-Aware logfile when Geeks to Go! has an active HijackThis forum. The reason is simple. With Ad-Aware SE, we can help you remove much, if not all, of the spyware/malware objects on your computer. Even if Ad-Aware SE cannot remove everything, following our instructions first will simplify the HJT process, thus allowing the HJT experts to deal with the serious issues.

So, pull up a chair, have a seat and check out the thread linked below with instructions on what you need to do to post a logfile here for our review.


You can get a copy of Ad-Aware SE Personal here.


Kc :tazz:
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