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DrWatson Post Mortem Debugger Keeps Crashing


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RikSaunderson

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Hi there,
A couple of months ago I picked up a virus. I managed to get rid of it by using a bnumber of different bits and pieces, but since then, almost every time I boot up my computer (at least 90% of the time), DrWatson Post Mortem Debugger crashes a minute or two after bootup. This slows down the bootup and is just really annoying, I can correct the problem by stopping the process in the task manager, but is there a way of stopping it crashing completely?

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Mike

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Hi there Rik,

I recommend you post your hijack this log in the malware forums, it seems that you have some leftover of the virus and need a cleanup.
If everything is fine come back here and continue in this thread :)

Mike
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RikSaunderson

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Hi there,
I'll do that later today, although this has been happenning since I fixed the virus, and I was told that my HijackThis logs were clean then.
Thanks for the reply, hopefully it is still a bit of virus, and not something more serious.
Thanks
Rik
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Hi Rik,

I'm sorry, I didn't notice that you have already been to the malware forums - if that's the case please continue here.

Sorry,

Mike
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