massive virus problem please help

Dell / INSPIRON 1420
February 10, 2009 at 04:42:57
Specs: Windows XP service pack 2, 3gb
i have got a massive virus problem
i dont know the name
1. when i press alt+crtl+del==>> "Task
manager has been disabled my ur
2. antivirus wont work
3. new programs wont install
4. and frequently there is some error message
about rundll32.exe being absent
so someone pleases help
what to do?

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February 10, 2009 at 11:01:49
As a worst-case scenario, you may have to format the hard drive and reinstall the OS. You MAY be able to pull the hard drive, install it in an external enclosure, and plug it into a different PC with a good antivirus program, and scan your hard drive at the clean PC. Hopefully, you have backed up any files that you don't want to lose, just in case you can't recover from the virus.

1 Corinthians 15:3-4

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February 10, 2009 at 11:16:27
My Very Old Laptop XP Had That Bug Eventually, But Only After Having About 20 Viruses, And Surviving Most Of Them With Many Symtoms, But I Now Use Vista PC So I Only Use My Laptop If I Want To Download Something Incase Its Fake And I Think It Doesnt Look Real Enough To Download To PC.


Anyway Back To Your Problem.
The Administrator Bug, I Do Not Think Any Of These Symptoms Were Caused By A Virus, As Its Quite Unlikely For Someone To Send You A Virus Without Harming Your Windows Files so that It Disables You To Boot Up Your Comp Unless You Get A Brand New Hard Drive with The Windows Folder In.

If It Was A Virus Then I Think It Was Most Likely A Fellow Batch Maker, Exept He's Alot Less Advanced Experianced With Batch And Probably Only Made A Delete command To Delete Your Win32 Or Windows Files.

I Can Only Think That You Need To Check Your Windows Files And See If There Are Any Changes, Or Go On Recant Activity And See If Its Anywhere In Your Harddrive.

The Best Think To Do Is COMPLETELY, No Backups, Remove Everything In Your Hard Drive And Put Origional Files In From Another PC, I'm Sure We All Have More Than One Computer Nowadays.

System Restore Can Easily Be Hacked By ProBatch Programming So I Can't Garentee %100 Of That Working But Not Many Know The Method And Its Not Posted On This Site I Would Think So Do Try System Restore.

Good Luck

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