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mike w

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my system is infected with a trojan? called error #317. please help :tazz:
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mike w,
Please can you try at least one if not more of these On-line scans
Bit Defender
Computer Associates
PC Pitstop

or download and try
TrojanHunter (Note Trojan Scanner 30 day Trial)
then Please can you make sure that you are using
Ad-aware SE (Free/Personal)
[if not Uninstall your old Ad-aware first then install SE]
Then use the WebUpDate
to get the latest Definition file
then scan doing a ""Full Scan"" and post your logfile here by using the "Add-reply" feature.
If needed here how to post your Ad-aware Logfile ;)
As Logs are stored in :
C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Application Data\Lavasoft\Ad-aware\Logs\.
An easy way to get there is to
click Start,
click Run
And type in and press ENTER: %appdata%
then click Lavasoft
then Ad-Aware
and then Logs.
scroll down to find the latest one that you have
(by date & time)
and open it right Click select all
copy and then paste the contents of it Lavasoft Support (Ad-aware) forum
(Make sure that all of your Logfile has been posted, sometimes it will require two post's to get it all)
I recommend that you use the WebUpDate just before you scan that way you will always be up to date.

(note The Application Data is a hidden folder, so you will need to show hidden files and folders
and for Windows 98*admin users your logs are stored in
C:\WINDOWS\All Users\Application Data\ ) by default

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