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StartPage-DU.dll [CLOSED]


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Nite716

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Well about a day ago, mcafee has started to detect, a "trojan" by the name of StartPage-DU.dll and its infecting various files on my computer, my homepage is always being reset to about:blank and whenever i try changing it it never stays the same, ive used spydocter, ewido, ad-aware, mcafee, CWShredder, search and destroy etc. some other misc. ones. mcafee is retarded and keeps detecting it the popup for it won't go away but won't delete it as many time as ive "deleted" its not gone... Nothing is deleting it, like ad-aware and mcafee, and all of them say they are deleting it, but there not deleting it at all, and it meaning 31+ infected files, trojans, spyware etc. iam a little computer literate, not much and i really didn't want this as anyone wouldn't ... please help me thanks
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Hi Nite716!

Please follow the instructions here and then post a hijackthis log as a reply to this post in this thread.

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