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THEN try "System Restore". All Rights Reserved. I used "lspfix.exe" to fix that part of the infection.I can't really give you "step by step" because depending on how infected your system has become will depend on best practices

You can surf the web, transfer all your data - everything you need to do before formatting.Good luck. I would go one step further, and let McAfee know their Total Protection is detecting Rkill erroneously. I also can't seem to get it to properly, or completely, uninstall to do a clean installation.So, in a nutshell I'm still stuck on the infected computer and I'm at the How to take and post screenshot: PrtSc (Print screen) key (upper right part of keyboard)> open Paint (Start > All programs > Accessories) > Edit > Paste, File > Save as

Elaine says: February 16, 2010 at 9:39 pmI have this nasty virus on my pc at work. Honestly, I only know a little about troubleshooting but had a similar problem that's why I thought I was able to help. Now it seems I have my laptop back, no other instance of IS2010 are running. you can try this out I have sucessfully update m bytes and ran several times.

Typically UBUNTU, but it is starting to get almost as bloated as the M$ systems, so I am looking for another distribution that is a good desktop solution. … But that An additional comment for the users that suggest switching to Linux, Ubuntu or Mac. by Marianna Schmudlach / December 17, 2009 4:56 AM PST In reply to: Trying to run rkill but having problems with errors http://download.bleepingcomputer.com/grinler/WiNlOgOn.exeandhttp://download.bleepingcomputer.com/grinler/uSeRiNiT.exegive them a try!After you ran one of the If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post).

Lelslie Bartlett says: December 27, 2009 at 4:03 pmThis sounds like something too complex for me to do on my own. Get More Information Linux is such a small portion of the computer market that most virus developers won't/don't target them. Somewho says: December 30, 2009 at 8:17 pmWell, for me at least, Internet Security 2010 downloaded itself into the program files and ran itself as "IS2010.exe" or something like that. Once I deleted all the entries I was able to pull up the task manager and kill the virus process.

I used to get the latest update for my A/V software at virus.com… I was wondering why every month I had to enter my credit card information and social security number. Get More Info Seems to have worked for me… jake says: December 30, 2009 at 9:22 pmHas anyone tried spyware doctor? DAN says: January 24, 2010 at 3:11 amHey,So Spybot pretty much fixed my system from this virus, with one excpetion: the virus puts an ‘infected computer' image as the wallpaper, then curiousnovice says: January 26, 2010 at 4:09 amOkay I am such a novice I couldn't get my first message to post.

February 11, 2011 Dominic the best way to deal with this is to buy a real time malware program like Superantispy, Malewarebytes, and Ad-aware. it is getting more and more user friendly and there is a thriving linux community to help you out when you need it. How to Use the BitDefender Rescue CD to Clean Your Infected PC How to Use the Avira Rescue CD to Clean Your Infected PC How to Use the Kaspersky Rescue Disk http://tagnabit.net/internet-security/internet-security-2010-need-more-help.php Has anyone run into this problem when thinking they finally got rid of it?

keep the internet off all the time, and hook up again after the full scan is done. If Vista or Windows 7, right click getsysteminfo.exe and select Run as administrator.2) Please attach the zipped virusinfo_syscure.zip; instructions, see: http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?s=&am...st&p=678334 Download AVZ from here: http://www.malwarecrawler.com/a-v-z.exe1) link to gsi report http://www.getsysteminfo.com/read.php?file...60afb09a8f9d263 If you get logged in you can go into msconfig and select normal startup, hit apply and you should be good.

It is blocking that can somone please help me with geting my admin feature back so it will allow me to cut it off in startup and how do i get

desdra says: January 23, 2010 at 2:42 pmafter 5 days i think i removed some of the major components of the virus. My infection arrived via an email.Now that this is contained Internet Explorer will not browse - only Google Chrome seems to be working. Email me at [email protected] Vic says: February 21, 2010 at 1:26 amI got infected with this terrible virus, but it wasn't called IS2010.exe on my laptop, could not find any reference FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site.

Combofix has a bug in it so it started deleting my files on top of the mess from the virus. It found and fixed 14 problems. It took several attempts but finally managed to stop the pop-ups. this page Please update to obtain the latest database and necessary files. - Restart the computer in Safe Mode. - Just before Windows logo begins to load press F8 on your keyboard. -

Published 02/10/11 SHOW ARCHIVED READER COMMENTS (95) Comments (95) February 10, 2011 lupus or just download "Remove Fake anti virus" ;) February 10, 2011 Lee Add/remove worked for me. Zach says: January 24, 2010 at 4:21 amI got this virus tonight..Does anyone know where it came from? I certainly wish that the "guilty" inventors of this virus will be caught and severely punished. Gidget says: December 29, 2009 at 3:47 amwhat if i cannot log into the internet in order to get the software?

This thing has cost me more time in tryig to remove it then all other viruses put togethere. For any advanced users out there, give COMODO a go. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - IF you start with....... However, it doesn't always work.

Add/remove programs does not work with illegitimate programs like malware. Malware can even load with safemode by modifying winlogon.exe & injecting themselves into legitimate processes such as userinit.exe, explorer.exe etc. When Windows comes back up and I run the KIS quick scan again, I get the same notice of a detected software, rootkit.win32.tdss.d...I have ran a full scan and disinfected a Has anyone else experienced this problem?

I followed instructions awhile back to get rid of it using the system restore and i thought it was gone but today they pop-ups returned. I have a mini and that means it didn't come with the windows xp CD. Please refer to 'Technical Reference'. Thanks for your help and sorry for being so slow on replying to your posts.

February 15, 2011 pwltho I successfully get rid those ****ing malware using combofix on several windows PCs February 15, 2011 Piotr Krzyzek I must say, well written chap! By the way the shut down problem is caused by it shutting down startup files. Either using the linux disk partitioning tools or by using the windows setup discs afterwards - reformat the hard drive so the previous drive data is wiped. The easiest way to fix the problem is to simply copy the mbam.exe file from a second computer where Malwarebytes is installed, then transfer it using a flash drive to the