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spy axe and safe mode issues

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Hello there I am a victim of Spyaxe 3.0 the spyware :tazz: . I am trying to follow earlier forum disscusions to try and rid my computer of this spyware. My computers symtoms can be closely identified with this forum address.

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I've already downloaded CWShredder, cwsserviceemove.reg, NoahDfear's smitRem.exe, Panda ActiveScan (shortcut), Ewido Security Suite (trial version), and Ad-Aware SE setup.

I am trying to follow the earlier directions of Crustyoldbloke, but I've come to a barrier. My safemode seems to be not functioning properly. When I get into safemode all I see is a blank black screen with white words "safemode" in the corners.

Secondly when I try to open the internet the spyaxe 3.0 will not let me open my original google homepage, instead it sends me to their spyaxe website. Spyaxe says that their is a third party that is trying to take my identity, and that there are tojans on my computer. I am in dire need of help, becuase I usually use this computer for school. I would be greatly appreciative too if someone who knows how to fix this problem can help me, I do make donations.

One more thing, I cannot install Hijackthis, the Norton Antivirus found a worm and deleted the program.
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Howdy and welcome to G2G:

Suggest you post in the Malware Forum explaining your problem there..

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