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calendar year is stuck to 2004, hijackthis is disabled


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Kutorkutor

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:) i had my anti virus NOD32

the one with a NOD32 fix so ill have unlimited trial

was now inoperable. and also i tried reinstalling it and now

i get "Another program is currently using this file" when i try to run

NOD32 main control.

I tried accessing regedit but i get the same warning messages


Anyways, im new here in the forum. and they all show a hijackthis log so ill do the same

so you could understand my situation.

Another thing i like to point out is that my PC date, the year< is always stuck to 2004.

The time is working fine, same with the month and day. Only the year keeps resetting back to 2004

no matter how many times i tried setting and saving it.

My CMOS battery is fine since the time, day and month is running correct. Could this be a virus??

Maybe it prevents my NOD32 from getting updated. Can you help me please.... thanks.

Ill try posting my hijackthis, im still installing it.

:)


EDIT: Oh crap! Just installed the latest Hijackthis and guess what

i have this warning message: "Another program is currently using this file"

this is not good huhuhu. please help me...

Edited by Kutorkutor, 30 March 2009 - 10:24 AM.

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