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Upon start up, when my settings are complete, an nsmss.exe error always pops up, and a while later, my windows virus scanner always pops up saying something has either been infected, quarantined, or deleted, and it all traces back to system32. Also, on the data from the scan, it says that there is a Win32/Cotmonger.B. This is the HJT log.

Edited to remove HJT Log. Anautikus, please follow the directions here and upon completion of these directions if you are still having a problem (and you may not!) please post your Hijackthis Log in the Malware Forum. HJT Logs can only be posted in the Malware Forum.

What's a Win32/Cotmonger.B and what's wrong with my comp? :)

Edited by frantique, 15 October 2007 - 01:36 AM.

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