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regedit & task manager wont work


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dusi

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thank you!!!!!!!!!! you solved my little crisis.
this is the only solution, symantec doesnt even mention p2pnetwork.exe

i "removed" everything like you have written, now i do a search in my regedit with p2pnetwork instead of p2pnetwork.exe and i find many entries. should i remove those also?

thanks again for taking the efford to write the whole thing down very accurate.

Edited by dusi, 12 May 2005 - 06:00 PM.

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Just to confirm - I checked and I also had the MSIEXEC created very close to when the problem struck and Windows Installer was also set to Manual. So I'm presuming it is all related.

Thanks again.

Shaun

Edited by shauns1, 13 May 2005 - 02:43 AM.

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I had this as well and it was caused by a rootkit (read in about them in the new pcworld mag.) I have norton's antivirus, spybot, and system mechanic'
s spyware program and none of them were able to remove my problem. I researched about it on the net and found that AntiVir Gaurd and rootkitrevealer along with spyblaster was able to clean the problem.
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