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Trojan Horse generic 12.BYMi and "nidle.exe"

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hello all, this is my first post on this site so please be nice

Firstly, on my computer one day AVg popped up to say that it had found a virus in a file called nidle.exe. I movied it to the virus vault and later removed it. Now soon after, AVg came up with other various notices about other viruses it had found, so i decided to do a reformat. Please note that on my computer i have 3 partitions: C,D and E. I backed up files in my docs, pictures and music onto Drive E. i then reformatted drive C and re-installed Vista. I then proceeded to copy and paste my backed up files back into the C partition. Within a couple of minutes i had found that AVG had come up with another notice on trojans being found. I was annoyed and reformatted again which takes me to a couple of hours ago when AVG came up with nidle.exe and other trojans being found again, i selected one of the trojans(Trojan Horse generic 12.BYMi and it said avgtray.exe. I then clicked on another trojan which said svchost i thnk and listed another infection called "trojan download.genericxxx"(soz i can't remember what was in place of the x's. My suspicion is that the only way it can come back after a reformat is czo of the backed up dosc from E but SVg doesn't find anything when scanning them. My hijack this log is posted below. any help received will be greatly appreciated

Edited by babaquazi, 03 April 2009 - 02:19 AM.

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