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GEORGE111

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I'm trying again! I have already asked this question but somebody named wanabe 1 or something answered it but the reply had nothing to do with my question!
I tried a product called spy detector and it sayed I have a registry file spyware at (machine/system/current control set/services/iprip
Also machine/system/current control set/enum/root/legacy
are these spyware or something and how do I detect them and get rid of them?
Please only reply if you know what your talking about! I apreciate the help but it gets fustrating because if someone replies no one else will.
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piper

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Hi George111.

Indeed wannabe1 answered your question here. It is against Geeks to Go Terms of Use to provide any malware assistance outside the Malware forum. Please follow the instructions provided by wananbe1.

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don77

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I'm trying again! I have already asked this question but somebody named wanabe 1 or something answered it but the reply had nothing to do with my question!

It has everything to do with your question

As Linda said your question was answered you have a program thats trying to goad you into purchasing it without seeing a HJT log and allowing one of the malware staff to have a look not much else can be done.
Based on the title of the previous topic " malware or what?, registry" you have a feeling its a malware issue so it would be best suited to start a topic in the malware forum.



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