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    BEST FREE ANTIVIRUS FOR ME : Avast! - negative : it's slow
    BEST ANTI ADWARE-SPYWARE : AdvancedWindows Care V2 - no negative points : fast, free and easy

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    I think I found the .dll that spybot couldn't find. but ima let your solution give it a shot. if it doesnt work ima reboot in safemode and use hijackthis to get rid of it.

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    While letting trendmicro scan, I found something called Unlocker that allowed me to delete the file and "fix" the problem. But I still get the pop ups. Idk what else it could be. I've scanned with like 5 different programs. It's beyond comical or annoying, its EVIL!

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    download lavasoft ad-aware se personal 6.0 and kaspersky 6.0 series.. maybe first few scan time it will work so slow but your computer will work again with best perform....

    i will send link for ad aware-se

    i think u download wrong ad aware se, or u have shity ad aware program.. what programs u have on your pc uninstall alll of them(ad aware programs and antiviruses) and than intall ad aware se personal 6.0 and kaspersky.. but when u install kaspersky first update it than from settings set otomotical to disinfect if could not delete item config..

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    what you have my friend is a trojan too well hidden for any anti virus to detect, and will keep downloading more malicious programs nonstop thus make you a zombie.
    you best bet would be here.
    http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/Malware-Rem...o-Here-f37.html
    post your problem, follow their direct, and they will get you 100% clean.
    they have never failed, helped me as well.

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    Did u try Avira-Anti virus? It has Trojan protection...

    Also...try getting the yahoo toolbar with anti-spy...I&#39;m in the middle of a spyware/adware/malware/trojan horse problems myself <_< and yes I have found over 100 types of .dll that wont quit I&#39;m almost done with everything XD

    Also try getting were the problem resides or the origin of it...I got lots of problems with document/setting files of internet explore...

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    Im working with few guys who are old spyware/virus experts. For avrage user they recommend nod32 with adaware+spybot, also they say a good firewall helps alot but i dont use coz it acuses alot of troubles for me. For bit more experienced user u combine previous with autoruns and HJT and u should do well. I use those and had a virus few weeks ago (as some saw in msn), didnt take a while to get it out.

    Point is, only a good antivirus doesnt make u god. Just dont open random shit, visit porn sites and watch out where u dl stuff.

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    Smitfraud-C is the MOST PERSISTENT thing in the whole fucking world. I&#39;ve deleted it, but I still get the pop ups.....so...I&#39;ve reformatted. Again. Close topic please.

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    It&#39;s an old book trick... It&#39;s no virus just a spyware. Once you click "Yes" it probably takes you to some random Antivirus program which you have to pay for(that&#39;s the purpose of this spyware, to download its product). AVG doesn&#39;t pick it up cuz like I said it&#39;s no virus. Try Ad-Aware and Search&Destroy to remove it from your computer, for the "best" antivirus I recommend Kaspersky.[/b]
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    It&#39;s absolutely normal.
    Just download a anti-spyware program for free and scan and delete what it found, then it should work .

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    It&#39;s absolutely normal.
    Just download a anti-spyware program for free and scan and delete what it found, then it should work .[/b]
    I did delete it, and rescanned using avg and spybot, both found nothing. I got rid of the file the virus originated from. There was NO trace of it at all. But I still got the pop ups from the virus, telling me to update my anti-spyware software. The only solution that actually worked for me was to reformat.

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    U sure u used Ad-Aware and not Ad-Ware? Theres a version called "Ad-Aware 2007 Free", which IS completely free, and trusted by many ppl.

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    U sure u used Ad-Aware and not Ad-Ware? Theres a version called "Ad-Aware 2007 Free", which IS completely free, and trusted by many ppl.[/b]
    Used both. Pretty much same result: Spyware and pop ups still there, enormous frustration and cursing ensued, software uninstalled, repeated this process with every other antivirus/spyware known to man, till I decided to reformat.

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