I have been working with SpySentinel, a member of your malware staff, on this problem prior to being advised to re-post here (original thread: http://www.geekstogo...s-t216129.html).
Briefly - A trojan attack was detected by my Norton Internet Security. By all measures, the program deflected the attack and all of my logs have been clean since. However, since the initial incident six persistant errors have been noticed. First, at startup, an error message appears with the following text:
RUNDLL | Error in C:\WINDOWS\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\3\DLCQtime.dll Missing entry:_RunDLLEntry@16".
Followed shortly thereafter by:
dsca.exe - Common Language Runtime Debugging Services | Application has generated an expception that could not be handled. Process id=0x4e4 (1252), Thread id=0x4ec (1260)
After that, two instances of the Download Manager open trying to find updates for Roxio Media Manager. Finally, two errors with my two browsers. When IE opens, the address bar reads "http:///" and displays the "Page cannot be found" screen but will immediately go to the homepage when asked. Similarly, Firefox's address bar reads "file:///C:/Program Files/Mozilla Firefox/" and displays the contents of that folder but, again, will go to the homepage when asked.
I have followed some instructions from SpySentinel in preparation for this:
Disabled and Re-Enabled System Restore
Corrected some settings in IE
I really appreciate this site and it's employees. Thanks in advance for the help.