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Trojan - yet again

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As others on this board, I have Trojan Vunno that is in my C:\WINDOWS\system32\gebcy.dll

Now I don't even know what my gebcy does...much less how it got infected. I have downloaded the VundoFix and started the process....but when I got to where you enter C:\WINDOWS\system32\sstqq.dll

my computer said it could not find this file in my system. Of course, I could not go any further.

What am I doing wrong?

thanks from an extremely computer challenged person!!!
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Sorry to be sooo stupid. I finally realized I was putting in someone's file location (not mine).

I put mine in (and then panicked until I figured out that the second instruction was just reversing the letters of the first file name and ended with a .*

Anyway, it seems to have worked. I did run into message:

Line 3
Char 2
Error: The system cannot find the file specified.
Code 80070002
Source (null)

I hit OK and the fix still seemed to work. I also did the clean up. As soon as I am sure this really fixed it, I will be forwarding money to both the Vundo program and the Cleanup guy for their help.

Sorry to be so much trouble. But I did warn that I was technically challenged!

Thanks again.
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