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2:30 am, surfing and the machine goes insane. Screens popping up everywhere. Then my blue destop goes black, it's a website - Windows uninstaller XP. I can't get my desktop back. Properties on the screen are "file://C:\WINDOWS\screen.html

Ad Aware, HiJack This, Reg Clean, AVG, Norton, SpyBot and Trend Housecall have all been used. I keep finding intmon.exe in the task manager. I end process tree but it keeps coming back. Has anyone here found this and determined how to get it out of the system? I have the ability to work in the registry, I'm not illiterate but this one stumps me.
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Welcome ElvisFan to Geeks to Go!

Sorry for the late reply.
If you’re still looking to resolve this issue, please run through the steps outlined in this Topic.
Post back in this topic (using the button ‘add reply’) with a fresh log when done.

If you have resolved this issue please let me know.
Thanks and again sorry for the late reply.

As there has been no reply from the original poster for more than two weeks this topic is now closed.

If you are the original poster and still need assistance, please send me a PM.

Edited by g2i2r4, 26 June 2005 - 04:06 PM.

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