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Infected with malware, hooked to system file unknown and hidden


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Ok so I think I have had this since Thursday or Friday I've scanned my computer many times and it always comes back with something new once I've removed another threat. I think it is hissing in my temp files somewhere, I have symantec endpoint protection, AVG 2011 and malwarebytes' anti malware installed. I ran a rootkit scan with AVG and it came back with this

File <unknown> information: service function Ntmapviewofsectionhook->0x85A3EE70

Pleas help I've got important work due in tomorrow and I really NEED to use my computer
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