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Lately I've been having a bunch of problems with my system. Everything will be fine, but then I get an error that says I dont have access so and so to whatever program I had running (it differs each time). Then after I get the error, my interface seems to change. The program icons all change, i cant see drop down menu options on anything, whenever i type something it shows up blank, and when i try to shutdown, my xp shutdown menu seems to turn into the same graphics windows nt/2000/me uses. I've used kaspersky, ewido, ad-aware, trendmicro, mcafee, panda etc and still no luck. Bitdefender did find something, but cant seem to delete it. BD found a trojan downloader in the system volume information folder, and i tried to delete it manually but it would not let me. The file i tried to delete is called change.log, and it keeps giving me the error saying so and so is being used by another process and cannot be deleted. Meanwhile I have nothing running but csrss.exe and winlogon, and it still wont let me delete the file even through command prompt. I dont know what else to do.

ps: i also posted my HJT log on the hjt forum.

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Hello and welcome to GeeksToGo. Since you have malware on your system, you need to get that problem taken care of before you post to other forums asking for help. Please don't start multiple threads. :tazz:

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