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I haven't a clue how I had obtained this Trjoan, but it's ruining my computer's performance, especially with my internet connection. I'm connected to a network, this computer is at work and I cannot seem to delete this trojan, worm, virus...whatever is possibly is! My Microsoft Antispyware picks it up each time I reboot my system. It's calling it, RBot.p2pnetworking. I've deleted the registry keys for it, rebooted in safe mode, stopped the process tree a milion times! Nothing is working. I've scanned until I can't scan anymore. Nothing is removing this thing. I dont know what else to do, or what else to use. I can't seem to find my System32 Folder in my C drive. I'm figuring maybe that's because I'm not the administrator to this computer since I'm connected to a network?? Not sure. It's driving me nuts. Can anyone help me, PLEASE.
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