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boot.tideserv.b - marked HIGH


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gdewolf

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I encountered this boot.tideserv.b when Norton Internet Security (2011)found it (and ranked it as HIGH risk) but couldn't remove it. Their website marked as very low risk. I ran Malwarebytes and it did not find anything. In frustration, I put a new hard drive in and made my old C: the slave. The message kept coming up so I have reformatted the slave drive - only to get a warning from Norton that the same problem exists.

I downloaded OTL and have attached the results. Where do I go now?

Thank you.

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RKinner

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Do not attach logs! Makes them hard to work with.

Download

http://ad13.geekstogo.com/MBRCheck.exe

Save it and run it. It will produce a log MBRCheck(date).txt on your desktop. Copy and paste it into a reply.


Download and save TDSSKiller.exe from http://support.kaspe.../tdsskiller.exe then run it. Reference: http://support.kaspe...s?qid=208280684

Copy and paste its report.

Ron
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