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tubui

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  1. The Sophos anti root kit doesn't pick up anything bad. I scanned Hitman and Emisoft both in safemode network and it deleted cookies and trojans but however I am still getting the random popup in my tabs, and most importantly, whenever I click a link in google search engine, it redirects me to an advertised site, Also, this might help but when I scanned with Hitman, it said I have a TDL3 (Alureon) rootkit.. but how can I remove that.
  2. Rootkit buster does not support 64bit systems. Is there another program?
  3. Thanks. I'll give that a try. It's so **** annoying because everytime I open a new tab from google search engine, I get redirected to advertisement websites!! ARgh!!!
  4. I have Malwarebytes, SUPERAntiSpyware, Spybot Search and Destroy, SpywareBlaster installed, updated, and scanned and immunized and the whole nine yards but the problem keeps happening. Everytime I scan, it picks up the Adware Tracking Cookie, deletes but they keep coming back. I did a full uninstall and new install of Mozilla Firefox, but it is still happening. Please tell me whats the next step to do, thank you.
  5. Hi I need help disabling two things on my Windows 7 Ultimate. I need to disable: - Windows Search Indexer - Desktop Window Manager Session Manager Thank you.
  6. Outlook 2003 outlvba.dll error

    I can't find SCANPST.exe
  7. Outlook 2003 outlvba.dll error

    It also always says "Please wait while windows configure..." at the beginning whenever I load it up.
  8. Outlook 2003 outlvba.dll error

    I went through all of that and the problem still persists.
  9. I use Vista Ultimate 64bit and everytime I load up Outlook 2003, this annoying error pops up "C:\Users\Admin\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\AddIns\outlvba.dll" is not a valid Office Add-in. I just recently installed Outlook 2003 and everytime I load it, it will begin to install something and the error pops up and more installing... Help!
  10. Windows Mobile Device Center for 64 bit

    No, windows default defender. This is what it shows... It shows time remaining and it reverts back and cancels install..
  11. Hi I have Vista 64 bit and I am trying to install the latest version of WMDC, however, the installer will not fully go through. Can someone give me an explanation of why it won't go through and how to fix it. Thank you. Basically I am on steps 3-5 of this website http://www.simplehelp.net/2007/11/22/how-t...ndows-vista-pc/
  12. I have 2 problems, one on 2 different machines. 1. My taskbar and startmenu does not show up. This is on a Dell laptop. 2. I am unable to install programs, specifically Spyware Doctor on my desktop. I click the setup file but nothing pops up.
  13. Just-In-Time Debugger

    Ok this is really wierd. I have movies in 3 different partition and drives. I can't use any media players in Drive C, Nor D. But I can view movies from Drive I... Wierd?
  14. Just-In-Time Debugger

    Ok, for some reason this Video Studio Just-In-Time Debugger keeps popping up everytime I try to start up Media Player Classic or any media player so far.. I had Visual Studio 2005 and I uninstalled it.. I googled around and nuked HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETFramework\DbgManagedDebugger HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AeDebug\Debugger But after deleting HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AeDebug\Debugger I get like just an error now, and I can't start up MPC. Please help
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