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c:\windows\system32\ddcya.dll [CLOSED]


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schumpater

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Hi: Please help to get rid of this "annoying" dll file. :tazz:

I tried following greyknight17's post of Oct 7.

Hijack This noted:
"02 BHO MSEvents Object {CE70731D-F28D-4D81-9061-C8EE60378401} C:Windows\System32\ddcya.dll"
and
"020 Winlogon Notify ddcya - C:\Windows\System32\ddcya.dll"
I checked each for deletion but, after each scan, they were back.

Next, I was unable to find "c:\windows\system32\ddcya.dll" using windows explorer. I also tried search all files including hidden files. I'm sure it's there...somewhere, but I couldn't find it.

I'm at a loss. This thing apparently slows down the machine after a short time after reboot...barely allows new applications to load. What is it, anyway?

Logs are attached.

Thanks, I'd appreciate the cure.
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emwagner24@yahoo.com

Attached File  hijackthis_log.txt   9.03KB   46 downloadsAttached File  Scan_report_20051125.txt.txt   4.07KB   47 downloads
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Hello schumpater and welcome to Geeks To Go :tazz:

As its been a few days are you still needing help with this?
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