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Well basicaly when i go to the display properties and click on theme and select Windows XP the window edges and buttons on the preview come out all square and old school like a windows classic. You can see what i mean in the attatched screen shot.
I know this is becuase of the malware becuase it started when i got spysherrif.

Any help greatly apreciated! :tazz:

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Edited by Mane, 05 July 2005 - 12:46 PM.

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Hi Mane

Please download spyware-scan and save it to your desktop. Now run the program.

Let me know if it finds any malware on you system,

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When i tried to run the software i got the following error message:

Microsoft Data Access Components [MDAC] Doesn't appear to be installed. Please download and install MDAC from Microsoft.
[SSENGINE] Unable to use 'recordset'. Error#: 0x40040435.
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Hi Mane

These are the files that ve been remove by the malwae:
C:\Windows\inf\mdac.PNF
C:\Windows\inf\mdac.inf

Do a search of the system and you should find a copy of the files theywill be side by side if found copy the two files the paste them into the following folder:C:\Windows\inf\

Then reboot the system post back let me know how you get on .

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Hi thatman,

both files appear to be in place in the C:\Windows\inf folder. Maybe they've been corrupted by the malware somehow? Could i download a clean copy of these files from anywhere?

Thanks again for all your help so far!

Pat.
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Hi Mane

Please red this topic it will help you replace the missing file's.
http://support.micro...;EN-US;Q324520


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