Re: Another Username and Number in the dial up connection window
it's possible that either spyware is trying to access it, or your anti-virus thought it stopped it, but there is a trace of it still in the registry.
ok, do you know that name of the file ? go to the quarantine of your anti-virus / get the name of the trojan & open up the registry.
but before open the registry, bootup to safemode without networking by repeat hitting the f8 key , right after your comp. logo dissapears.
click start/run/ type regedit....once there click edit scroll down to find...click it
now in the box , put in the name of the trojan....
now hit the find, this will search though the registy for the trojan no matter where it's hiding.
once it has found it , highlight it by clicking it once w/your mouse, then go to the top & click file...
scroll down to export...this will make a backup the file your about to delete...the reason for the backup is that
some trojans attatch themselves to programs.
so if you delete it (the trojan) and it somehow made one of your programs to freeze up, you can import that file back into the registry to make it back to the way it was before you deleted it.
now that you made a backup/ right click the trojan & delete it....then click find next....this will cont. to search out where else it's hiding...
cont. to export/ then delete / then find next...
keep doing that til it say's no more can be found.
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