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Had virus now IE and firefox won't load


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milobouer

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Hi there, I've been sent here by Rorschach112 for help.

I had a virus and a number of nasty malware inc backdor.bot according to what I have already done with Rorschach112 I should be clear. The Problem is I cannot access the internet, when I reset my pc and click on the ie icon I get the white screen and it asks me if I want to restore last session or home page and then just vanishes.

Please help.

My old details and everything I have done so far are on this forum post:

forum post with details and logs

Update: Did a new install of Firefox and that now works, tried same for IE8 but didn't work.

Question: If I do a system rollback will I end up with all my viruses again?

Edited by milobouer, 16 December 2009 - 04:49 AM.

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Update: Did a new install of Firefox and that now works, tried same for IE8 but didn't work.


I think you need to inform Rorschach112 of the above development.

Useful reading: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/318378

Edited by Salagubang, 16 December 2009 - 06:19 AM.

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Yeah I did come across that and followed the instructions but no luck, Internet Explorer still is not working. Any ideas?
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