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rlbrain

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when trying to load an add on program "its your plane" (www.itsyourplane.com) for my microsoft FSX Delux I cannot get it to download. I click on the 15 day try before you buy to download and it asks to run. After clicking on run the pop up window to allow this comes up. the file name in the pop up box does not list the program file but lists dfsvc.exe If I click "allow" windows little swirling circle starts momentarily and then nothing. I have contacted the administraor of the add on program and he says I need to get rid of this dfsvc.exe. Can't seem to do that so I am here looking for help. Operating system windows vista home premium 32 bit. Any help is appreciated. Thanks. Rick.
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Jacee

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Run a free online virus scan:
http://housecall.tre....com/housecall/

This is the description of the worm:
http://www.trendmicr...c...2EA&VSect=T
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Thanks Jacee unfortunately the registry didn't show it, spybot can't detect it, avg can't detect it. The housecall free scan won't load even after allowig java. Still baffled. Suggestios please.
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