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hoodleehoo

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Actually my computer should be more than fast enough. It's been working fine until this problem started. Pentium 4 3.00 ghz 3 gig RAM

I ran hijack this and attached the log. Spywareterminator was actually already deleted and that's the only thing I would get rid of. Those other things are important to me...at least of the things you pointed out.

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Hi,

I don't want you delete the lines I pointed with HijackThis.
I just advise you to fix it with HJT.


For the moment, too many programs launch at startup. If you fix it with HJT, those programs won't launch more at startup, nothing more. The programms will still be here.

Regards,
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Hmmm... Well, those things were all there before and it worked fine so I'm thinking there's something else wrong? I deleted some of them that I don't need anyway.
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Hi,

The PC seems to be out of infection.
If you haven't other symptom, it's certainly not because of malware infection.

However, You can, if you want, post a new OTL2 log.

Cheers,
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