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an error whenever a log on (newdot?) [CLOSED]


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tim100689

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for sum reason my comp has been slowin down and a message pops up everytime i log on sayin c:/progra~1/newdot~/newdot~2.dll i need to get rid of it cause nuthin on my comp works and i have spyware doctor and ad aware and mcaffe and i tried all.
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Excal

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Hi tim and welcome to Geekstogo!

Download HijackThis and post a logfile:
  • Download HijackThis.
  • Create a folder named "HijackThis". To create a folder:
    • Go to My Documents.
    • Right-click and select New> Folder.
    • Name the folder as "HijackThis".
  • Extract the contents of hijackthis.zip into the folder you've just created.
  • Open HijackThis.exe
  • Click on "Do a system scan and save a logfile".
  • After the scan is complete a Notepad window will popup.
  • In the Notepad window, go to Edit> Select all and then Edit> Copy.
  • Paste the log into your next reply.
Do NOT fix anything until we check your log. You can cause serious damage to your operating system if you fix a valid entry.
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Due to lack of feedback, this topic has been closed.

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