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Panda antivirus lockes me out


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JanineB

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after restarting the comp all I get is the wallpaper no icons no start menue
i am able to go to task manager and typed in regedit and was unable to
delete the panda software. i did a start up in safemode but that gives me a black
screen. then i tried safemode with system restore and that did not work.
can anyone help me?
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this could be virus if so,
You are in the wrong forum please go to the malaware forum and post your hijack this log there. You will receive help from experts who are trained to deal with malaware :tazz:
go here 1st http://www.geekstogo..._Log-t2852.html
and then here http://www.geekstogo...o_Here-f37.html
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thanks
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there seems to be a software conflict. in task manager then to regedit
i am able to find mcAfee still loaded. i thought that it was uninstalled'
i have heard that 2 antiviruses running can lock you out.
I can delete the McAfee but then when I try to restart it locks up.
Is this really a software problem? :tazz:
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i know from personal exsperience that having more than one virus scanner alows your system to be more open to viruses rather than more protected check malaware plz cause i can not help any more
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