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Please try running the ESET Online Scanner in a different browser, like Firefox.
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I have window explorer only. I try ed just now the firefox and did not run setup. just when i click the setup it disappear and nothing happen.
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This doesn't look good..

Please rerun ComboFix and post the resulting log file.
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I try now to make it run but it wont work. i have this erorr message :
installer integrity check has failed, common causes include incomplete download and damaged media. contact the installer's author to obtain a new copy.
more info at: http://nsis.sf.net/nsis_erorr

by the way. how can i attach a photo in this reply?
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Unfortunately, I don't have good news for you. :(

Judging by your symptoms and some items in your log files, I think you're infected with a 'file infector'. Most file infectors are impossible to fix, and therefore I recommend you to format your PC and reinstall Windows XP.

You can back-up your most important files on an external media (e.g.: USB flash drive, external hard drive) before doing so, but don't back-up any executable files (like .exe files). Documents and photo's however are safe to back-up. :thumbsup:
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OK, I have some programs can be only install ones by buying a license for it like the file scavenger. is there any way to take the license from some were like the registry file and copy it for new windows installation so it can work with out contact the company for new license. I made this in the past 3 times, so if I asks for the same reason maybe they gonna ask me for buying new license.

I will send you another donation for your help and this long time of supporting me.

I have the same problem with other computer but with larger files, 12x1TB sata and 2x300GB + 75gb + 18GB scsi HDD's.
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OK, I have some programs can be only install ones by buying a license for it like the file scavenger. is there any way to take the license from some were like the registry file and copy it for new windows installation so it can work with out contact the company for new license. I made this in the past 3 times, so if I asks for the same reason maybe they gonna ask me for buying new license.

The way licenses are stored are different for each program, so it's kind of hard to help you with that.

You could use Google to find out how to retrieve the license of each of your paid programs. :)
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OK Gammo, Thanks for your time and help. wish you all the best. I'll find a way do to the rest. :thumbsup:
Regards, Hussain
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