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paul w

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all,

Apologies if this topic has already been posted, but I'm new and I need some help. Dell was awful. I got a Canadian salesman who talked for fifteen minutes, I didn't have the heart to tell him to shutup.

At any rate, I have both of the trojan horses listed in the topic title in either my Windows system file or in my System32 file. What can I do to get rid of these things? Is my registry messed up?



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paul w

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also -

I might as well add more details. I can't open my control panel without recieving an error message, and I think my Kernel32.dll file is corrupt.

Here's the bottom line. I think my computer has gathered some junk and I'd like to erase it, if possible, instead of re-installing windows entirely. Do I need to download the scan program and post its findings in the forum?
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there is an excellent guide for malware problems right at the top of this forum where it says "here", will take you to http://www.geekstogo..._Log-t2852.html

Work your way though that. If that does not fix it, post a "hijack this" log in the malware forum at: http://www.geekstogo...o_Here-f37.html

good luck! :tazz:
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