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Old 04-26-2007, 05:39 PM   #11
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try erasing the cookies and see wat happens
He has done that, it says so in post 1
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Try CyberScrub. If you can find the folder(s) that contain the spyware, you can add them to the "Permanent Delete" option. CyberScrub will then remove it from the hard drive.
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Thank you all for your help.

(i had made 2 threads about 2 different problems yesterday, one was the HDD that happend right after i gat a virus, and the other one was this.)

HDD problem:
http://www.computerforums.org/showthread.php?t=54799

Before going to bed I download the new antivirus program called “ca antivirus” & “Spyware Detector 2.0” I then run both of them in a safe mode. Today when I gat up in the morning the Spyware found a bunch of problems that my other spyware programs never found (I used spybot & ad-aware before) and antivirus found one, I then removed them all, and restarted the comp. To my surprise the error that I had b4 with the hdd on the boot up error msg “3rd hdd SMART haz error – back up all the data and replace” was gone, and when I gat to windows I didn’t have any virus notifications. I only had 5 minutes to mess with it coz I was running late for work, but by the first looks of it, everything is back to normal. I will do some more tests when I get home
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