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I have followed the steps suggested:

Cleaned up temp files, ran disk cleanup and checked everything

Step 1:
Ran Ad-aware - indicated no critical this time. (I had run it previously and removed 5 before I found your website)
Ran CS SHredder - received a message that this is not a valid WIN32 application
Ran Spybot - 8 problems fixed

Step 2:
Ran Ewido - 1 trojan and 5 infected objects. Saved report. Attached below scan_report_20051016

Scanned with Trend Housecall
TROJ_SWIZZOR.DQ found - message CanNotAccess. toolintra/_delete_on_reboot_isolies

Ran Trojan Hunter - deleted 1

Step 3:
Checked Windows updates - all up to date already

Step 4:

The file that started out as the problem (according to McAfee) is still in user/application data/thataxiscool - it is called rulebuild.exe

When my machine restarted it initially connected to my Wireless Lan with Excellent connection and then shortly afterwards downgraded to good.
Everytime I start an error appears CFSServ - Listen Error in a small window. I click okay and the next error is CFSServ - Recv Socket InitConnect Error. Not sure if this is related.

I've attached the Hijack This log below

Attached File  Scan_report_20051016.txt.txt   1.51KB   120 downloads

Thanks for your help.

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