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GMER bluescreens Windows Server 2003


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toddalmond

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Running latest version of GMER (GMER 1.0.15.15281 as of this writing)
on Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 32 bit.

Following the instructions on the Malware and Spyware Cleaning Guide.
The scan seems to complete, the 'Stop' button changes back to 'Scan' but the system is unresponsive and shortly after that we get the BSOD. BSOD says some thing about KWLRPROC.SYS (I think that's the right spelling, it disappeared before I could confirm. Google tells me nothing) It's a production server so I don't want to crash it again. Nothing in the event logs.

Malwarebytes is telling us that the IPs 91x212.226.67 & 94x228.209.201 are possibly malicious and are being blocked. Could they be involved? The first is in Russia - the second in Amsterdam.
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Do the other steps from the guide and post in the Virus Removal forum
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OK. I just didn't want to be smacked for not including the GMER log in the Virus Removal forum post.
(hopefully I can find some down time to run it in safe mode)
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No you wont, its not an essential step
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virus removal forum thread is here:
http://www.geekstogo...si-t272807.html


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