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Cannot get rid of Trojan.DNSChanger-codec? Help- [RESOLVED]


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john123456

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THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!
Everything seems fine now. Sorry about the TeaTimer. I turned it off before when you asked, not sure how it ended up back on again.
I finished following your directions for creating a clean restore point and deleting the infected ones.
Thanks for all the help and suggestions on programs to use in the future.
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Essexboy

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No problem - glad we got it sussed :)
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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