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Well as you may assume from the topic itself my wininnet.dll file is infected......the virus W32/Alernod.c.dll......delete n quaratine does nt help...i am using McAfee SecurityCentre 2005 with VirusScan Professional and Personal Firewall all updated....i dont know how it managed to effect the system32 file....i hav read abt how to remove it in your previous threads but sumhow i cldnt follow it...is there an easier way?....n how does dis virus effect my system....its been buggin me form the past 1 week need help URGENT!!!
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Please go here:

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

Run all the programmes as advised then post a current Hijack This Log to the Malware Team
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Umm....Iv been thru tht...i knw my topics not new...but the way uv told me im finidn in hard to follow...aint there a simpler way or sumthin :tazz:
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oh....dint read the part after da link..sowee...lemme try tht
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If you can post which part is holding you up, someone will help you with it.

If you have a malware issue it needs to be cleared before moving on as the malware will prevent any worthwhile changes
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