Antivirus Xp 2008 Problems. Please Help.
There will be a couple of DLL's loaded at startup which is causing some of your problems. Tuesday, August 26, 2008 12:54 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Deepak, You could try a manual system restore, using the recovery console. Make note of the name of the .exe file in the folder so you know which application to end task on first. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - your absolutely right by zinky13 / July 26, 2008 2:16 AM PDT In reply to: Re: This didn't work for me. http://avissoft.net/antivirus-xp/antivirus-xp-2008-and-other-problems.php
It is not a real antivirus program. the link to Spy Hunter's cache.. Seriously, use the Malwarebytes. The dialogue box heading is Windows Warning Message Half of the box is in red with the message WARNING! Spyware Detected on your Computer.
Look up each DLL file listed on Google and you will find the offending one. I just woke up and saw that thinking same thing... Have a look HEREIF you can find the associated files. DO NOT install if it does not recognise your AV software as you will have a bun fight between the AV products. Run a memory scan only during setup and
It was even in the register keys. The virus disables your ability to restore setting because it erases all your restore points. If at the end of the process you are still having difficulty--and you may not be-- then post a hijackthis log in THAT forum. 0 Back to top #11 daddysgirl Posted This worked for me i tried the online scanner as well and then this just to be safe. LOL i always have a PS/2 hangin' makes life bearable in dos/safe mode type situations... sometimes older is better...go figure laterzzz............ Monday, August 18, 2008 4:32 PM Reply
I've seen several sites with instructions on how to remove them in auto or manual but I'm not sure which sites are reputable. Please perform a full system scan for viruses and spyware to prevent threat from spreading. by zinky13 / July 26, 2008 2:13 AM PDT In reply to: Associated Antivirus XP 2008 Files If the next try with malwarebytes does not work, I'll give this a shot. Gigi Reply Leave a comment Helpful +0 Report truste1 15Posts Friday August 8, 2008Registration date February 28, 2009 Last seen Aug 12, 2008 06:15AM hi there, have you tried another antivirus
It's pretty good and we use it on folks who have personal computers used for business purposes. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-18978-joke-bluescreen-c-and-antivirus-xp-2008 Lucian Bara 19.08.2008 01:59 Execute this script please:CODEbeginSetAVZGuardStatus(True);SearchRootkit(true, true); QuarantineFile('C:\Program Files\rhc55jj0eab7\rhc55jj0eab7.exe',''); QuarantineFile('C:\WINDOWS\system32\pphc15jj0eab7.exe',''); QuarantineFile('c:\program files\rhc55jj0eab7\rhc55jj0eab7.exe',''); DeleteFile('C:\WINDOWS\system32\pphc15jj0eab7.exe'); DeleteFile('C:\Program Files\rhc55jj0eab7\rhc55jj0eab7.exe'); DeleteFileMask('C:\Program Files\rhc55jj0eab7\','*.*',true); DeleteDirectory('C:\Program Files\rhc55jj0eab7\');BC_ImportDeletedList;ExecuteSysClean;BC_Activate;RebootWindows(true);end.then make a scan with superantispyware http://www.superantispyware.com/ Rastikan 19.08.2008 02:00 Regarding Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Antivixp08 by Overdrive58 / August 10, 2008 12:16 PM PDT In reply to: THANK YOU ,THANK YOU, THANK YOU!! What the virus does: - It places its core file in C:\Program Files\#randomname# - easy to spot.
first it said cant find c:\windows\system32\hxviylss.dll then it was another one c:\windows\system32\skwupwmw.dll and also c:\windows\system32\kkdwfesq.dll. my review here Always update!! if iwas wrong im so sorry coz afterall I'M JUST A KID Tuesday, August 19, 2008 6:36 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks for the replies and To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here.
I can't prove that. I managed to get rid of the offending spyware by a combination of the following, all of which can be obtained free of charge. After the scan has finished and moved any viruses to the chest, do the following: 4. This is a good general AV product but it will slow your machine down - you will notice that it is installed. I usually remove the HDD and perform a http://avissoft.net/antivirus-xp/antivirus-xp-2008-problems.php Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details.
Monday, August 18, 2008 9:44 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This virus invaded my computer last night and has now crippled my computer totally. It just keeps this link will clear up problem it worked for me scroll down and follow the instructions Leave a comment Helpful +0 Report rohit Oct 8, 2008 10:51AM thnx crimsonkissaki....ur comment was Thanks again to everyone for your help.
When you went to look for the files, did you unhide your files and folders first?
I can log unto my homepage but i cant log unot most web sites for some reason! The script needs to extract the name from....hum maybe the RUN key or simply be manually edited by user of the script. kinda hard to play mp3 music on winamp while ur computer is restarting! I recommend just pressing space bar and it vanishes back to ur desktop :-P... Promote ClamWin Free Antivirus on the Internet and in the press.
Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Navigate in regedit to --HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run-- and look for several random items in there. It was able to detect and remove XP antivirus 2008. navigate to this website We went into task manager on Windows XP and clicked on processes and deleted xpa.1501.exe, and the program disappeared.
You can use information about how these programs operate to choose whether to allow them to run or remove them from your computer. I'd suggest putting all of your files onto a USB (you said her computer was new, so probably not too much trouble) Reinstall OS and drivers (It should get rid of The name of the rogue exec\process is randomly generated. I have ran SpyBot & AVG; it is not showing up in any of the scans.
It features: High detection rates for viruses and spyware;Scanning Scheduler; Automatic downloads of regularly updated Virus Database. C:\WINDOWS\system32\phcj27j0e5b5.bmp (Trojan.FakeAlert) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully. Hopes his helps some of you. Sunday, September 07, 2008 11:04 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Got by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / July 26, 2008 2:26 AM PDT In reply to: I'll try this next. ...and you may need to do some manual adjustments to fix them.. It was not hard to do.
I will keep an eye on this thread to see if they're any updates on the creeps that put this "thing" out. I thought it might be a desktop background image introduced by the offending software, but I find that on opening desktop properties there is not desktop tab!! Any ideas. I went into regedit but antivirus 08 was not there.