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Distorted MP3. Virus?


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arnth86

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Hello, nice to join the forum. So I've got this strange problem: yesterday, half of my MP3 collection started to sound very strange. It's distorted, very silent, strange tempo etc. For sure, it's not hardware problem, because other files sound normal.

What's important, few years ago I had exactly the same problem, and it turned out it's some kind of infection. I had to repair all the MP3s with FS-MP3Fix program, and they were fine. So I downloaded this appz again but this time it doesn't work. I tried to scan my comp by Comodo, DrWeb and Spybot, but got no results.
What's even more important, I've just reinstalled my system few days ago(Win7 x64). The system is on the disc C, and infected files are on disc D (which have not been modified in any way). I hope you can help me guys...

I attached OTL log.

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False Alarm! It turned out that Windows 7 has automatically downloaded drivers to my sound card, which spontaneously set audio surrounding to 7.1. So I've changed it back to 2.0 and everything works.
Anyway, sorry to bother you... Topic to be closed.
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