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Aurora folder in registry [CLOSED]


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GeekOlek

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I've got 2 Aurora folders in my registry that I can't access. I am not allowed to look in them or delete them or set their permissions. I'm not too concerned about them, but they are now fowling up my Microsoft's Anti-Spyware program, when the scan hits one of these folders it goes into an infinite loop (I guess trying to read them) which is only recoverable by rebooting the computer.

I logged off and re-logged on as Administrator and oddly these folders were not present, but when I logged back on as usual, there they are! I would like to permanently remove these folders, does anyone know how?
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Please read the first link in my signature and follow the steps outlined there. When you are ready, post the HijackThis log here.
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