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Win32.p2p I can't get rid of it!


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What it found is typical for Windows 2003, so no real dangerous items.

Please read: http://blogs.msdn.co.../05/252974.aspx

I think that explains the reason why HijackThis is not working properly and reporting files as missing.

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So, umm.. I'm still getting this error. What do I do?
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Let's try this working back from the other end.

I am not sure if ths program will work for you, but it would be a great help if it did:

http://www.nirsoft.n...s/serviwin.html

Run it and see if you can find out what driver 2 is and what file it could be looking for.

If you can't do that use the /stext swwitch to make a list of aal the drivers and services.

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I can't find a "Driver 2" so that's probably why something can't connect to it. That program works for me by the way, but everything looks pretty normal. Of course, that's the first time I've looked at a log like that so I could've missed something.
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Can you execute this command form the Styart > Run dialog box:

serviwin.exe /stext drivers "c:\temp\drv.txt"

Where it says serviwin.exe you will have to use the full path to that file.

That will create the file c:\temp\drv.txt
Post the content of that file (or attach it to your next post as it migt be fairly long)

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Alrighty. Here it is. I couldn't use the "C:\temp\drv.txt" because the folder didn't exist, so I just put it in the same folder as serviwin.

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I think this is the one:

ewido security suite driver
Display Name : ewido security suite driver
Status : Stopped
Startup Type : System
Group :
File Description :
File Version :
Company :
Product Name :
Description :
Filename : C:\Program Files (x86)\ewido\security suite\guard.sys

Can you try uninstalling Ewido and let me know if that helps?

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Ok, I have this figured out. I reinstalled Limewire, since uninstalling it was causing the error. I went back through all the steps to ensure that I didn't have the worm. Now the error doesn't come up and the alcan worm is gone (to my knowledge). I think I may have some other spyware though... But that's pretty much inevitable nowdays.

Thank you soooo much for the help! You rock!
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It sure is avoidable to have spyware. :tazz:

Please do have a look at my site about removing and preventing spyware.

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