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win32.bloodhound; wininet.dll infected; no i-net [CLOSED]

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i got a problem.
norton keeps telling me that the wininet.dll file is infected
but it cannot repair this file.
when i try to replace it with the original one from the winxp-cd
it always fails, even in the SafeMode.
I just get the error message, that the file is currently in use.
the internet explorer doesn't work anymore,
but i can ping websites e.g. www.google.com
i used a linux-live-cd and scanned the computer with kaspersky and the newest virus definition files, but it did not help.
what should i do now?

plz help!!! :tazz:
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Hi danielpark87

You can start with posting a HJT.log

That way some one will be able to assist you

Kc :tazz:
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