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Breaku

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Sorry for the delay... but here it is!

Attached File  OTScanIt.Txt   262.14KB   54 downloads
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Hi,

I've reviewed the log and I don't seem to find anything suspicious. Let's try fixing these entries in Safe Mode and see if they still respawn.

Please save this reply into a notepad file as you will not be able to access this from Safe Mode.

Boot to safe mode - restart your computer and as soon as it boots up, repeatedly tap F8. Then, choose Safe Mode from the menu and allow it to boot. Once it has finished loading:

Please re-open HijackThis and click Scan. Put a check next to the following entries presented in the window: (Do NOT click Fix yet!)

O24 - Desktop Component 1: Intelligent Desktop - intelligentdesktop.com - http://active.intell...ctive/?17974917


Now, close all other windows but HijackThis, including Explorer windows (folders) and this window, and click Fix. Note: It is vital you close all other windows, otherwise the fix will not succeed.

Restart your computer. Re-scan with DSS and include a new log in your next reply.
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