One of them was msudp4.sys which is a trojan that disguises itself as a system device. I can't boot into Safe Mode. I get the BSOD saying that this file is missing. I can't repair the installation using my Win2k Pro disc. The system needs to restart to get to the next step of the repair and I get the BSOD saying that this file: C:\winnt\system32\msudp4.sys is not found.
Here's the big question. How do I fix this? More specifically, how can I remove this "device" from my list of hardware so Windows isn't looking for something that shouldn't even be there in the first place.
If it helps - from Sophos:
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Troj/Haxdoor-AG is a backdoor Trojan for the Windows platform.
Troj/Haxdoor-AG allows a remote attacker to run arbitrary commands. The Trojan may download and run further malicious code.
The Trojan uses stealthing techniques to avoid being terminated.
When Troj/Haxdoor-AG is installed the following files are created:
The file msudp4.sys provides stealthing functionality and has detected as Troj/Haxdor-Gen since version 3.93.
The following registry entries are created to run code exported by tcpG4T.dll on startup:
The file msudp4.sys is registered as a new system driver service named "msudp4", with a display name of "UDPservice". Registry entries are created under:
Thanks for the help,