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Old 04-29-2006, 02:32 PM   #1
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After recently installing limewire i downloaded a film and upon running it my computer completely froze i ran the nod 32 cleaner and it found a virus now i have never run Nod 32 before and it found a lot of stuff mainly trojans so i deleted them all right so far so good i deleted the film i had downloaded and then my computer froze again so i ran an adware scan and there was a few issues so i removed them my ewido won't come on so i deleted it from programes and downloaded Malware sweeper which found some items so i deleted them now heres where the fun starts i went back on limewire and it won't come on i click and nothing happens.I tested my broadband and it was okay i can surf and do anything but i went on you tube and had to download Java again [now it works] my questions are these 1.When the malware was doing the scan why did it scan files i have deleted like soul seek and old trial versions of software?.I thought once you deleted them it was gone? 2.How do i get rid of them? i have deleted/un-installed limewire and re-installed it three times and it still won't work i have currently on my system The usual crap internet explorer,abode,windows firewall and nod 32,xilisoft avi to dvd,Winamp,real player and wmp.All working fine i have tested everything and the only thing i can't use is Limewire i scan daily for ad ware and use my ccleaner every few hours what is going on?
I have only had the computer for a few monhts and it's crashed three times is there a web page i can go on to lern about computers and how to fix issues like this without hassling you lovely people?.
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Old 04-29-2006, 02:33 PM   #2
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well.. i didn't read the whole thing, but if it's a virus.... system restore to an earlier time.
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Old 04-29-2006, 03:02 PM   #3
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I tried that and it said it wasn't able to do it.I tried that after i scanned i tried about four diffrent points.No luck.
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Old 04-29-2006, 03:08 PM   #4
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use www.download.com search for spyware docter thats the best it should do it

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Old 04-29-2006, 03:09 PM   #5
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Sounds like a mess. Did you try scanning your system with AVG?
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Old 04-29-2006, 04:17 PM   #6
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Sounds like a mess. Did you try scanning your system with AVG?
Whats AVG? I scanned with Avira twice no joy.I scanned it with ad ware se,Microsoft anti-spyware,malware sweeper,tweek now reg cleaner pro,and did the following with systweak advanced system optimizer i ran the system and disk cleaner,registery cleaner and fixer,memory optimizer,reg defrag and optimizer,find duplicate files then i used my nod32 and removed all the rubbish then ran ccleaner for issues,ect. thats all i did i am currently defragmenting i have been here since 8am.
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AVG, best around I'd say.

Also try pandaonline scan, do all this in safe mode.
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i don't like avg...get adaware, spybot s&d, windows defender, registry mechanic, anything you can find.
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id try AVG free, also scan it with CCleaner, lavasoft ad aware, spybot search and destroy and the microsoft antispyware program, this should help you to clean up your computer.
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what kind of computer and os ?
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