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Windows has detected spyware infection.... this operation has been dis

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I am currently running ESET online scanner and it has found an enormous amount of threats.... after this finishes i will run hijack and post the log... any help with this would be greatly appreciated.... I've encountered situations like this before and was able to get around the admin restrictions via regedit however the permissions seem to still have me listed as admin and are checked for full

UPDATE!! I just tried to run regedit from start run and it tells me that the file cannot be found... running search all files and folders to see if i can locate it manually .... this seems very bad .... someone please respond

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Hello jason and welcome to G2G. You mentioned that you were gonna post a Hijackthis log, can't help you without it. Please post it and I can get started on suggesting a fix. :)
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