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Second, goto START RUN type "dxdiag" in the box that appears (without the quotes). Microsoft has released a security bulletin (967940) with a patch (KB971029) that will disable the AutoRun feature for flash drives to prevent automatic installation of software included (U3, etc) and will I think I got it by opening a crack which I checked with Antispyware, NOD32 and Sypbot and which was reported to be "clean". I just can't seem to tell whether the virus is still active, or if it's just remnants. have a peek here

Among the culprits in all of those, along with some minor cookies, was something called Win32 Virut. Well worth giving it a try. Audio Contr. I've checked the device manager as well, which told me pretty much the same thing as the siw tool - my sound card seems to be intact, enabled, and working properly.

It is now later, and I still can't trust it. The injected code patches sfc_os.dll in memory which in turn allows the virus to infect files protected by SFP. so when it says that all files are cleaned then it starts all over again because of kaspersky exe active file .

Last edited by Dia; 25th Sep 2007 at 15:01. TTLG|Thief|Bioshock|System Shock|Deus Ex|Mobile Register Help Remember Me? Make more full scans, at least 4- so many, till your scans can not find any virus! 8.Thats all-your computer is clean now! I had such virus and fight it 3 days.

Good luck all who get it. The first thing Virute did was set my system clock forward to 2049, so Kaspersky thought it had expired 40 years ago! It can also be used to change the host that it connects to. The Mgr.

Also, after alerting Avast about the Code breaker virus, it still is not detected and cleaned by Avast of which most antirus software detect and remove it. Go to Task Manager and kill ANY program that looks unfamiliar (this can be tricky, if you're a not a computer geek) 3. As such, make sure you have the full version of Windows XP Service Pack 2 downloaded and burned to a CD (or copied to a USB disk or something) before formatting, This virus family can give a malicious hacker access to your PC by opening a backdoor connection to an IRC server.

its not much fun being left with a dead PC after a windows re-install because you forgot to get drivers for your kit before the wipe, not all of us have Robotics Corporation) -- C:\WINDOWS\System32\usrprbda.exe[2010/08/08 22:45:20 | 000,057,344 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) -- C:\WINDOWS\System32\utilman.exe[2010/08/08 22:45:20 | 000,056,832 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) -- C:\WINDOWS\System32\w32tm.exe[2010/08/08 22:45:20 | 000,040,960 | ---- Not that I can't understand them, it's just that it would take more time than I'm willing to spare to look up all those references at the moment - especially when I actually have no idea on how I got this virus, but I got it some 4 reboots ago.

What it does is it gets a clean copy of each system file that is not exactly the same as in the cd, so it basically gets your system to an navigate here I checked out the device mgr. If you have a second HDD, you could add it as an external disk in a box via USB, let the AV remove all infected files and at least some files Reply With Quote 24th Sep 200719:42 #3 Dia View Profile View Forum Posts Member Registered: Sep 2005 Location: Not Kansas Also, do you know if the hard drive is a

To find out what network card (or modem) you have, just check My Computer Properties > Hardware > Device Manager. You'll then be able to use KAV to desinfect. 2| Reinstall fresh copy of OS and make sure the first thing you do after being able to see the desktop is if (like me) the "language bar" and accessibility options such as "Sticky Keys" in XP bugs you, go in to the advanced options and turn off "Advanced text support" (or whatever http://softsystechnologies.com/hit-by/zeus-virus.html For reasoning far beyond my years I simply can not do it.

If you still need help after I have closed your topic, send me or a moderator a personal message with the address of the thread or feel free to create a I scanned my harddisks with Dr.Web and Kaspersky live cd's (I wanted no cure anymore) so i did set the settings so that inflected files were deleted. In fact, it looks as though I have contracted a couple of those little nasties: 1384 Sign of "Win32:Virut" has been found in "c:\program files\storagesync\strgsync.exe" file. 1384 Sign of "Win32:Virut" has

Okay; I had absolutely no idea what you were talking about, but then recalled a site link referenced on the Avast forum & went there & followed directions on how to

It detected it, and was neutralizing it, but the virus was spreading like a forest fire. Wait for the blue progress bar in the lower left window to finish. Win32:Virut virus has jumped my pc If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. P.S.

Thanks for your help and advice, OutRider. Aside from that, it shouldn't matter at all whether you use the XP CD or this other thing you mention, but I'd generally say just use the XP one. Powered off - yes, completely unplugged from the wall - no. http://softsystechnologies.com/hit-by/hit-by-the-contraviro-virus.html Reboot into SAFE MODE AGAIN (with the admin account, not your username), run your nifty .bat again, kill explorer.exe again, run .bat again, run all programs again and make sure that

The red color spreads throughout the disc to indicate whether a threat is moderate, high or severe.PreviousNextSummaryWhat to do nowTechnical informationSymptoms Symptoms There are no common symptoms associated with this threat. What to do now Manual removal is not recommended for this threat. Don't try a "repair" installation, format and reinstall. I realized that my flashdrive was in too.

It takes a while (Vista is a lot quicker), so go make something to eat or something, but you will need to keep your eye out for the regional settings page. This may be a driver issue or it may be that your sound-chip has died (as has happened to me, more than once)... Additional Information Virus:Win32/Virut.V creates an event named 'VevT' during execution.   Analysis by Chun Feng Prevention Take these steps to help prevent infection on your computer. or it's a false detection?oh ya, by the way, i keep getting virii detection from kaspersky on arpidfix.exe too!

Removed them all. 12. web to update properly. And I hope it does not blacklist IP-s somewhere, so that it could send new virus packages to cleaned and newly online computers. 29 April 2009 at 12:04 pm 43 } Do note that you definitely want the "Network Installation" or the one "for IT Professionals" - this is the package that contains the whole service pack for offline installation.

But then, I tried AVG full scan, CureIt, ComboFix, RSIT, AVPtool and i also scanned some .exe files on virustotal.com , didn't find anything at all. Vicious little sod! Ubuntu v. 8.04 Live CD Here's how that worked. 1. Symantec Corporate 9 and AVG didn't detect it until too late.

Free 30 day trial could rid you of this problem. 22 July 2009 at 10:48 pm 58 } PaperTowelAddict said: Seeing a second mention of Hiren's Boot CD, I wanted to install If this doesn't work: 1.Come back to us with a description of all the steps you've tried and as much you can tell us about the hardware as possible (including I'm trying to consolidate the logs from my virus scans now, but they seem to like to completely crash my system when I try to open them now... Trouble is, I'm not sure whether they're for Bart's XP64 or if they were a part of my last backup (finally found the date I last did that - March/April '07

The only guaranteed solution, at the moment. 23 April 2009 at 1:02 am 32 } Virut pwned Windows said: No doubt, Virut walks all over MS and anti virus utilities. Went back to Partition Tools and formatted out an NTFS partition for Windows XP. 5. I always thought those files were the actual SP2 updates, but just ignored them. Click on the "sound" tab at the top of that box that's there.