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Hacktool.Rootkit, NEW version! help! [CLOSED]


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ihateviruses30

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So my dad clicked some poker link and it installed pokapoka, freeprod, some mc-2325263 virus, lock.exe and a bunch of others. I got rid of most of them and the computer is now running fine. It says ms.directx is infected with that hacktool.rootkit virus and it quaranteed it. But I figure that didn't do much because my computer automatically restarts every couple of hours.

When it restarts thers a black screen with white letters that I believe say "Invalid .INI file, Invalid boot from C:\Windows"

Just wondering how to totally get rid of this and stop the automatic restart!
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greyknight17

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Welcome to GTG.

Please read the first link in my signature and follow the steps outlined there. When you are ready, post the HijackThis log here.
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