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please please help me. seriously.


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kulka

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ok, so i was online and i noticed this program running (in my task manager) called "d1/2dplay.exe". it took a lot of memory and i tried blocking it with my ZoneAlarm (which is crap) and now i found in C:/WINNT/System32 there are a group of DP.... files. i tried deleting them, but they keep coming back and this problem wont go away. any suggestions on what to do? every time i open the internet explorer d1/2dplay opens. it is driving me crazy. please help....
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You need to go here and do this. Your issue is malware/spyware related. Follow the steps exactly and you should be fine.

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thank you soooooo much!
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ok, so i was online and i noticed this program running (in my task manager) called "d1/2dplay.exe". it took a lot of memory and i tried blocking it with my ZoneAlarm (which is crap) ...

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Be aware that firewalls in general, and ZoneAlarm in particular, are not intended to block, prevent, or remove viruses, trojans, or spyware, which typically ride into your computer in a file you deliberately loaded (including emails and web pages). Firewalls block intrusions, people or programs trying to break into your machine from another computer without any action on your part. ZA will attempt to stop any active malware from getting a connection outward from your computer.
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