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Double-click Killbox.exe to run it.
Place the following lines (complete paths) in bold in the "Full Path of File to Delete" box in Killbox, and click the red button with the white X on it.
C:\WINDOWS\system32\ms0b920b.dll
Then click the red button with the X. It will ask you if you want to reboot. Click YES.

As the computer reboots, you may receive errormessages. That's ok.

Only this scanner is capable of curing the legitimate files. Please let me khow how things are now.

Rerun Computer Associates online scan. When it's done click 'cure files'.

Reboot again.

Edited by g2i2r4, 24 April 2005 - 11:59 AM.

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did as suggested re killbox & then re-ran scanner - results below.
the scanner does not give a cure option!!

Scan Results: 26559 files scanned. 2 viruses were detected.

File Infection Status Path
ms0b920b.dll Win32.Holax.A infected C:\!Submit\
EM_EXEC.EXE Win32.Holax.A infected C:\Program Files\MouseWare\system\
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Please verify the version. You can verify what version of MouseWare you are using by clicking the Devices tab of Mouse Properties and viewing the About MouseWare information.
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control center version: 9.40.139
mouse driver version: 9.40
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is that search engine gone now (can you check this page now?)

What I would like to do is uninstall mouseware, reboot, then reinstall the new driver.
But then I need to now which mouse you are using, there are a few wheel mice.

Edited by g2i2r4, 24 April 2005 - 02:21 PM.

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yes search engine seems to have gone.
mouse is (i think) pilot wheel mouse - bottom of page
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Let's follow Logitech's lead.

Using "Add/Remove Programs" to uninstall MouseWare
When possible, we strongly recommend that you remove MouseWare by running the Uninstall program. By doing this, you ensure all program files, Registry entries, and drivers are removed safely from the system. To access the Uninstall program, double click on the "Add/Remove Programs" icon in the Windows Control Panel. Select "Logitech MouseWare" and press the "Add/Remove" button.



Than, return to the page with the mice.

Click the one that you have. You'll see a downloadpage for the driver. Select your language and press download. Follow their instructions.
Don't install yet. For the add/remove of the previous version you will need to reboot the system.

Let me know how things are when you're done.
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sorry but the mouseware program is not listed under any of the programs shown under "add/remove" programs !
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You're right, I forgot.

See if you can download it and overwrite the excisting driver.
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ok - downloaded from logitech site & then deleted previous driver - mouse still worked so ok.

then ran another etrust scan - results below:

Scan Results: 27042 files scanned. 1 virus was detected.

File Infection Status Path
ms0b920b.dll Win32.Holax.A cannot cure C:\!Submit\
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Oke, that's easy.
You may remove the folder
C:\!Submit\

Everything running ok now?
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did this under killbox - but came up saying that file had already been removed by external source (same as last time)

another scan ran:

Scan Results: 26958 files scanned. 1 virus was detected.

File Infection Status Path
ms0b920b.dll Win32.Holax.A cannot cure C:\!Submit\
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Sorry but you cannot remove a folder using Killbox.

Just use Windows Explorer to move to C:
Then remove the folder !Submit
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EDIT:
As there has been no reply from the original poster for more than two weeks this topic is now closed.

If you are the original poster and still need assistance, please send me a PM.

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