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jnt412

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  1. Once my CA Antivirus was updated and I deleted all of my Internet Files and history, I had a corrupt .dll file detected. My virus shield detected it as a trojan and once it rebooted my system, the file was deleted. Then I had the RUNDLL Error message due to the file being deleted. I hence deleted the Run occurance of the file from my registry and all seems to be fine. Once my Anti-Virus deleted the .dll file, I was able to access all my websites again. Everything seems to be a OK. Far as the blue screen. When SAS detects malware in memory, it showed the blue screen and was looping. Any other detection, it rebooted just fine with no problems..
  2. Is this Avira Free AV on the rescue CD that you provided?. I'm getting the extact same problem. Once SAS detects and tries to remove the spyware, it wants to reboot your PC. One it does, it goes into a reboot loop. I actually see a blue screen for 1 second before it reboots again.. Yes, Avira Free AV is on the rescue disk. Please provide the details if the blue screen: press F8 on startup and select "Disable Automatic restart on system faliure" : it will allow you to see the BSDOS screen. When I turned on my computer last night, my Anti-Virus program received the latest update. Then the virus shield detected the Vundo in memory, registry and file system. Once it rebooted, all of the trojans where gone except for the Spyware. I ran a complete SAS scan to remove the rest. It rebooted with no problems. I ran both my Anti-Virus then SAS and both ran clean. But I noticing two problems.. 1. I can only access certain websites, cnn.com, gmc.com just to name a few. But I can't access wtopnews.com and others. I did install IE7, but that didn't help. I also updated to XP Service Pack 3. No help.. 2. My Anti-virus shield detects the Vundo virus from time to time. Once its detected, its deleted. I'm thinking that maybe its spawning somewhere due the programs above over-looking a Vundo file of some sort... PS - I download the Windows Version of Avira and everything checked out... Please assist.. Thanks
  3. Is this Avira Free AV on the rescue CD that you provided?. I'm getting the extact same problem. Once SAS detects and tries to remove the spyware, it wants to reboot your PC. One it does, it goes into a reboot loop. I actually see a blue screen for 1 second before it reboots again..
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