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VX2 JUST DIE! [CLOSED]


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hawtguy

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;) ;) :help: Ok, Im really pissed off at this thing, I have .exe file that wont go away and its driving me crazy! Whats Ironic is that it doesn't do anything actually, lol. I'm just incomfortable having it there. Heres what i've tryed, I tryed killing the process and then permanently deleting it, but after killing the process, it would rename itself, so instead i jot down the name of the .exe file, reboot in safe mode then get rid of it, reboot in normal again and its dead, but THEN, if i access the internet, i mean like, just open a browser to my homepage www.msn.com, it like comes back. :help: It always renames it self into like soig.exe, or some other random crap like that, and its in windows/system32 directory, and i found out about this other .exe file, called svcproc.exe im wondering if its related. :tazz:
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Hi hawtguy

Read this how to post a HijackThis log.

http://www.geekstogo..._Log-t2852.html

Kc :tazz:
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