Virus Help!

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  1. grunged up

    grunged up Well-Known Member

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    i found a virus on my pc and its in a file called C://WINDOWS/system32/

    i looked for the file system32 on my computer for ages.i dont know why

    the virus name is is called haha.dll i dont know how i got it

    its a key logger trojan

    when i start my pc straightaway in norton it comes up with a box saying its foun a virus, and cannot delete it, i cant close the box for somereason

    norton could not get rid of it, the only other aniti virus software i won is called microsoftanitispy.

    if you can help me with this i would be very gratefull and i will rep and cred you,with. if you can get me a working trail of trojan defence suit it would be very helpfull but i dont know why it wont let
     
  2. 4nub1s

    4nub1s Senior Member

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    Norton should give you a registry key of where it is located. Restart in safe mode and enter regedit from the run line in your start panel. Find the keys and disable them by values up or down by 1 digit. Then when whatever programs it would be succeptible are opened, the virus will be unable to operate as it is no longer a valid reg key. Read this though if you have never messed with the registry. It is one of the most difficult things to do to a comp if you don't know already.

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322756
     
  3. Luke1989

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  4. Kazuya

    Kazuya Senior Member

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    No, No, No, and No >_<

    Go to Tools - Folder Options, View - then Click on Show Hidden Files and Folders.

    Then go to the system32 folder and look for it. If its not theyre.

    Go to Run. Msconfig.exe - go to Boot/Start Up.

    And look for the Haha.DlDL file theyre, and uncheck it.

    And yah my button at the bottom is advertising ^_^
     
  5. grunged up

    grunged up Well-Known Member

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    Kazuya you never let me down since i was on the old gamezville :P

    thanks, rep and crds coming your way(not many cred
     
  6. Kazuya

    Kazuya Senior Member

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    LMAO, don't donate credz. The +Rep waz nice enuff!

    Glad I helped yah fix your problem :)
     
  7. Takayanagi

    Takayanagi Well-Known Member

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    lmao. was gonna say the same thing as kazuya.

    system32 is a hidden file in windows that carries all the important .dll files and other encryptors. just letting you know for future reference ;)
     
  8. Kazuya

    Kazuya Senior Member

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    LOL yeah, also if you used the second method I told you, you only disabled the virus, to remove it I suggest you do a search for .Dll

    and look for it theyre.

    Or look for it in the system32 folder and delete it theyre. Jst be sure you have the right file.

    PM me if yah need any other help.
     
  9. Nevorna

    Nevorna Well-Known Member

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    If nothing helps.. there is always safe mode or MS-DOS where u can delete the virus...


    (For MS-DOS u need to know some DOS-commands... :D )





    Nev
     
  10. bmchugh

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    go into safe mode then start>run the type regedit and look for the file in there
     
  11. Reflex*

    Reflex* Well-Known Member

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    go to start run and type in the like were the virus is and delete it from there. or do a search
     
  12. Kazuya

    Kazuya Senior Member

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    I FIXED HIS PROBLEM. AND STOP BUMPING OLD THREADS.
     
  13. Lloyld

    Lloyld Well-Known Member

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    yep yep reboot in safe mode
     
  14. Doom89

    Doom89 Well-Known Member

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    Here's how i remove my viruses.

    1) Restart pc in safe mode
    2) Controll panel -> appearance and themes -> folder options -> view and set it to Show hidden files and folders.
    3) Now go scan ur PC for viruses
    4) When you're done look up the path to the virus and go delete it manually.


    Works every time for me. For probably a month now i dont have any viruses on my pc at all.
     
  15. Acksaw

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    These n00bs dont read a thread do they? THE PROBLEM WAS FIXED!
     

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