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I was at malwareremoval.com in the hijackthis forum and he thought I might have a hardware issue and recommended this site. Please help.

Edited by heat123, 30 June 2008 - 07:29 AM.

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Hello heat123,
What is your specific problem exactly?
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I don't know the person from malwareremoval.com said I had a hardware error he never specified any more than that
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Is there anyway you could post your issue from malwareremoval.com here so we can take a look?
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Hi here it is below. This is the link but here below is the part where we talk about the hardware issue but to see the whole thing here is the website http://www.malwarere...o...=11&t=31975.

Hi
I see no malware in your logs
However, from the log it appears that you only have 256MB RAM installed on your system, this will have a massive impact on system performance. In addition to this I think there may be a System/Hardware problem on your PC so I suggest you get some expert help:

Good System/Hardware Help Forums
GeekstoGo here: http://www.geekstogo.../forum/Windows- ... NT-f5.html
or
Computer Trouble here: http://forum.compute...co.uk/index.php
or
TechSupportGuy here : http://forums.techgu...ows-nt-2000-xp/

All may require you to register free before posting for help. The System/Hardware help site will be interested in the DSS log that you have posted.




Specifically what do you think the hardware problem is?



Hi
I'm afraid I don't specifically know what the hardware problem may be, which is why I suggest you visit one of the forums I listed before.
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Ok, so I understand that you started with having mal-ware problems. But he also states that you are having issues with your system/hardware? My question to you is, is your system working correctly or what kind of problems are you having with your system besides the mal-ware infections. If you want to, you could always repost your hijack this log (the log that Matt flagged as having hardware issues) in the appropriate forums and hopefully you can get a second opinion from one of the senior techs from Geeks to Go.
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I have problems like some webpages don't show up, slow computer, can't watch videos, popups, internet is slow, and takes a long time to download things on the internet.
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