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Unknownevil

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hi
i'm neededing some help fixing a trojan virus on a windows 98 se computer. i'm running AVG anti-virus, ad-aware and spybot but nothing seems to delete the virus completly. avg finds it when a pop up box comes up saying error loading c:/windows/temp/se.dll access is denied. then avg pops up saying it found a virus i clicked every option to get rid of it but nothing is deleteing it completly. then... i get another pop up on internet explorer of some ad like spy ware and junk. also when i open internet explorer the start page goes to about:blank and brings me to a search page. i'm all outta idea and really would like it if i got some help.. oh yeah i did the
do you suspect a malware (Spyware, Virus, Trojan) infection? Please start here.

nothing helped.

Ray
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Unknownevil

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problem fixed...

i rock ... :tazz:
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I'm glad you were able to solve your problem :tazz:

If you have any other problems you can PM me or another staff member and we'll re-open the topic for you.
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