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Explorer, Drwatson, antivirus

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I posted my hack file in thread 57277. Since then I cleaned my reg, i ran every spybot, spyware doctor, trojan hunter scanner, and adware i could get my hands on (In safe mode) I can't start in normal mode because I just get 5 billion windows explorer has encountered a problem and every 7th one is drwatson's debugger error.

It's frustrating to say the least. Anyways, I'm in safe made and i can't load Norton, i can't run liveupdate, and I don't know why it's not working. It keeps giving a symantic integration error. Aside from having a computer on fritz, it also now put itself in traction by not loading norton. But anyways. . If you have a clue why Explorer is acting up, or why norton isn't working, please let me know.
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First off, I would suggest that you uninstall every antivirus/spyware program that you have installed, and from the sound of things you have alot. Then I would download and install cleanup! v4.0, ewido security suite and hijackthis 1.99.1

Boot into safe mode, run cleanup! (click okay to log off after it's finished to delete the files it couldn't until you log off), then run hijackthis and remove any times that shouldn't be there (if you don't know what to uncheck, then post the log in a post in the Malware forum (NOT HERE!), but do post the link here to your topic in the malware forum so we can see what's there. Finally run ewido and see what it removes. Once done, reboot but reboot back into safe mode, and run hijackthis again.

Good luck!

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