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Have syntax error message on startup of Windows XP Home with SP2 with a screen showing the following information: "Page cannot be desplayed. The page you are looking for might have been removed or had its name changed. Please try the following: Open the 'overland-PTCE MR 1 2' home page, and then look for links to the information you want..." When clicking the link I get the standard "page cannot be opened" screen. When I do a Google search for "overland-PTCE MR 1 2" it give me Virus, Trojan, Malware detection and removal sites, including yours. I followed the steps in your "do this before posting a 'hijackthis log' ". When running the scan for virus program it detected an item identified as JAVA/ByteVerify. It was in two files, one could be vaulted and the other could not as it was in an archived file. I went to Microsoft, checked for updates (I am on automatic update but occassionally do custom update checks/review installation history file) There were no updates/updates failed. I checked MS for any information on the JAVA/ByteVerity malware and found nothing. I also checked at Symantec for a virus removal tool and found nothing. I have created a "HJT" file and think that I can post it also. :tazz: Bobbyinok
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Hi bobbyinok

Please post a HijackThis log so we can help you. Do a new one and post it as soon as possible. Lots of spyware changes names every time you reboot so a new one is important. Please make sure you post the whole log including the headers.
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