Google search hijacked

September 14, 2010 at 17:39:49
Specs: Windows XP
At the very beginning, the DNS setting was changed such that it directed me to wrong site when I type in site name in brower. Then I changed back the DNS from static address to automatically obtained from my router. This problem was fixed.
After google search, if I click on the search result, it redirect me to some ad sites.
My spotbot won't run. But if I rename it, then it's fine. Both spybot and adaware didn't fix the problem.
At one time Ad-Aware warned that a program C:\windows\cryjya.exe was trying to access a problem site. Then I deleted the file. Still the problem exists.
I read several similar posts on this problem, but it seems the solution is individually tailored. So can someone help me please? Or point me to some general solution? Thanks a lot in advance!

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September 14, 2010 at 19:39:57
I found the solution at:
After I ran TDSSKiller, the problem was gone. TDSSKiller found a driver file at C:\windows\system32\drivers\fsvgs.sys that was compromised. After the cure, everything is normal now.

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