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Ulysses31

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I get a pop up every time I start this PC after removing a load of malware. Pic attached, I've run adwcleaner, FRST, hitman, JRT, malware bytes, zemana and cc cleaner but still get the pop-up.

 

Any suggstions what to try next?

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FRST64 reports attached.

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When you Replied to your own post to add the logs you fell off the list of unreplied topics which is where we look for cases.
 
You had some malware but something removed the file but didn't remove the registry entry that called for it which is why you got the error.
 
Download the attached fixlist.txt to the same location as FRST
 
Attached File  fixlist.txt   1.25KB   32 downloads
 
Run FRST and press Fix
A fix log will be generated please post that 
 
 
Run FRST again as before.  Make sure Addition.txt is checked and hit Scan.  Post both logs.
 

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No problem, I should have posted the first log files in the first post but didn;t think to at the time, sorry.

Ran the fix and it's done the trick, thanks! I spent ages looking through regedit trying to find and reference to the problem but didn't know where exactly to look. Thanks again for the help!!

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