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#31
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Very good. Good luck :)
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Whats happening with the HJT log I sent you

Are you still going through it?
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I'm not allowed to work on HJT logs.
If you want to....
...start a new topic in the Malware Removal - HiJackThis™ Logs Go Here area.

Before you post a log click on this link --> You Must Read This Before Posting A Hijackthis Log
this will give you a few preparations to make, as well as instruction for posting your Hijackthis log.

If you are still having problems after being given a clean bill of health from the malware expert, then please return to THIS thread and we will pursue other options to help you solve your current problem(s).
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My mistake it was Makai who said he was going to go through my HJT log
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Yes, do this in Normal mode.

What Broni is trying to do is limit your startup items. You have so many things running its no surprise things may be running slow. Along with what I see in your HJT log, it will take me some time to research the items you have running, so please be patient. I'm sure we can kill some of these things so they don't start up and slow your machine down. Of course, much of this depends on what applications you use constantly, so the final decision will be up to you whether or not to kill them. As an example, I only have 21 processes running as I'm typing this. Things like mplayerc.exe, jqs.exe, can be killed with no consequence... although I have no idea if you were running MediaPlayerClassic when you took this screenshot. If not, there is no reason for it to startup unless you need it to. I think you get the gist of it.

Do as Broni suggests for now to see if it makes a difference, and I'll check out your processes and HJT log in the meantime. As I mentioned, please be patient as it may take me a day to go through all of this. You have a lot of junk on there! :)


Any news??
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I hadn't forgotten, it was just that Broni took over helping you (he and I help eachother at times) so I bowed out for a while. How's your computer running right now?
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Everything seems to be fine
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Def. seems like malware to me
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So, it was Panda messing eveything up?

I only wanted your HJT log to see if there was something obvious in Startup that might be slowing you down. Like Broni, I don't use the HJT log to look for virus' as I'm not allowed to give advice on Malware. If your machine is running fine, then you needn't do anything else to it.
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Thankyou for your help

Ive noticed a huge difference in my computer
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No problem, but Broni is the one who identified Panda, you should be thanking him. Panda, while a valid application, has caused many problems for people just because it's so overtaxing. People here (most helpers) tend to use applications that are small and effective and stay away from highly integrated applications like Panda... or Norton, or Mcaffee, for that matter. Apps like Avast, AVG, Avira... especially the free versions, don't integrate so deeply that they mess up your system. Even antispyware apps like Malwarebytes, SpywareBlaster are good apps just because they just do what they need to and don't mess with everything else.

Anyways, I'm glad you system is running fine! Take care!

Edited by makai, 24 March 2009 - 08:15 AM.

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Good news, then :)
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