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manual steps for removing these viruses/trojans

Hey guys,
i just wanna ask anyone who could help me with these 2 problems, i really prefer manual steps for removing these viruses/trojans
copy.exe
temp.exe
temp2.exe

thx anyway byeeeeeeeeeee
:)
Mar 16 '07 #1
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sicarie
4,677 Expert Mod 4TB
Hey guys,
i just wanna ask anyone who could help me with these 2 problems, i really prefer manual steps for removing these viruses/trojans
copy.exe
temp.exe
temp2.exe

thx anyway byeeeeeeeeeee
:)
There is no telling what those trojan or virus programs actually are. The best bet is to download something like Avast and run it with your computer off the network, and then downloading your preferred combination of Windows Defender, Ad-Aware, and Spybot (though I personally have had SpyBot mess up a few machines I ran it on), and have those burned to a disc or in a USB drive, and run those. Then fully update your computer through Windows updates, update all the AV and Spyware defs, and run everything again (just to make sure).

Of course, if you're that paranoid, and those three are different trojans that are already on your system, a re-image might also be in order...
Mar 16 '07 #2
Cyberdyne
627 Expert 512MB
Manually go into safe mode and delete any files you perceive as viruses by holding shit and hitting delete =)

But as above stated, there are many things affected by a virus and a typical manual removal of a virus usually consists of at least 20 steps (registry, hidden files, system files, temp files and so on)

I use norton corporate edition and I am very happy with it - hint hint.

Good Luck, Cyber.
Mar 16 '07 #3
sicarie
4,677 Expert Mod 4TB
Manually go into safe mode and delete any files you perceive as viruses by holding shit and hitting delete =)
Don't you mean shift? ;)
But as above stated, there are many things affected by a virus and a typical manual removal of a virus usually consists of at least 20 steps (registry, hidden files, system files, temp files and so on)

I use norton corporate edition and I am very happy with it - hint hint.

Good Luck, Cyber.
Really? I've always had problems with it - especially if, for any reason, I had to use it on a network. There are people who love it and people who hate it (I guess I'm one of the ones who hates it...), I'm waiting for Symantec to get their client filesize back down... not that they're bloated or anything....
Mar 16 '07 #4

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