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rootkit revealer help request

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well this is totaly new to me , until an hour ago i did not no of its existence , but after reading from the rootkitrevealer web site and running rootkit revealer i now find i have 27 discrepancys

i do not no if any of these are malware / trojans as finding out is extremely difficult , tbh understanding the concept is beyond me , what i do no is that this forum may be the only place to help solve any issues

running the normal virus malware hijack this software seems to be useless , for all intense purposes my machine is clean .....UNTIL rootkitrevealer started to run , i left my machine for a short time but when i returned Trend 2005 had detected 4 viruses in system restore , these files where not detected today when a full scan was used automaticaly , it seems rootkitrevealer had triggered them or at lease made them visible to Trend

as i have said , i dont fully understand any of this , please can someone comment on rootkitrevealer and advise on a course of action that can be undertacken with my 27 discrepancys found in the registry

the only other aspect of this i do understand is that allegedly sony records is responsible for adding this malware type threat to a vast amount of its cd`s ....of which i dont even put in my machine , i`m not a big fan of pc music

i`m confused and concerned
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