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SpySherriff hit me, and I can't get to any screens!


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t03g

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I would really appreciate any help that can be offered!

I was on the internet, and my computer started stating that there was a spyware installed, and to click the bubble in order to get have windows download the correct download to remove it... it said SpySherriff on flickering pop ups, but not really even long enough to click on one. Then something else seemed to come out, like a mountain lion with a metal cage helmet or something like that stating "malware detected", and like a registry list showing things being listed and deleted. I had no idea what to do, so I turned the computer off...I panic'd...

Now when I go to sign in, it takes me to my log in screen with user Id like normal -- then when I click on the log in user, everthing else is my old wall paper... nothing at all.. no shortcuts, no start button...

I don't know if I can do anything, but I can't really download anything to my computer because it won't give me any options, just blank wallaper...

Any ideas of how I should approach this I would really appreciate!

It also said something like w32/bloodhound of something like that...

Thanks!

Tom

Edited by t03g, 27 December 2005 - 03:33 PM.

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