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Attached File  hijackthis.log_4_20_07.txt   11.13KB   133 downloads

Keep getting QcConsole.exe. Application error (0xc000000d) The exception unknown software exception occurred in the application at location (0x100217a8). Have scanned several times looking foor virus/worms using spydoctor, and registry clean. Nothing shows up as to why I keep getting this error. ???? forgot to mention I ran trendmicro housecall also shows nothing. Please help this is starting to concern me since I do all of my banking online and other personal applications also. I'm afraid to log in to my banking right now until I get this issue cleared. I've tried to research the error, and keeps coming back as possible worm.

Edited by wm58, 20 April 2007 - 03:58 PM.

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I am sorry for your wait. Your error is very likely not related to malware. Your log is clean.

I could go back and forth with you and try to find this error, but I think it would be best if you post more specific information about your issue in the OS forum. They specialize in this kind of thing over there.

Let me know if you post there and do not receive help soon. Ill find someone to assist you.

ScHwErV :whistling:
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