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javelinette

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About a week ago I set up my computer to have a guest account thinking my friends might screw up my computer if given too much freedom. Heh. That night I also installed the software for some binoculars with a digital camera in them that my boyfriend picked up at the pawn shop. I tooled around the internet for a while, having to log back into the administrative account several times when it went idle, but I didn't visit any new sites or download any other files that night.

The next day when I tried to log onto the administrative account, I could no longer do so. I tried several other slightly possible passwords thinking my memory was on vacation, along with variations with CAPS and adding numbers. Finally I gave up and logged on to my guest account. When it boots up now, I get a small windows box that merely says: FAIL!

I can close that box, and all other functions appear to work as they should for being in a guest account. When I go to shut off the computer, I get the waiting for program to respond...click here to end now. That program appears to be this sunkist.NOTIFYCONDATA.hWnd.

I have Norton Antivirus 16.7.2.11 installed and ran a full system scan. Nothing comes up.

So after much googling, and much humbling, I am here asking your help. I have been to your Malware cleaning guide, but am unable to perform these tasks as I do not have the administrative privileges. Where/Can I start?

Thank you in advance for your help. I hope I've given you enough information to get started.
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