| Hi Jam ,or Dickhead which ever you prefer, read the following post in response to your comment >Name: Juie|
Date: October 09, 2002 at 03:15:00 Pacific
CPU/Ram: no idea!
I need help! ive ran "the cleaner" millions of times it finds the trojan says it deletes it but still when i run it again its still there! norton cant find it at all, found two files which it removed. B3D killer cant find anything and i know i still have the BDE on my comp! i cant delete the files coz my comp is giving me access denied and this is driving me insane! ive worked on it for 2 days now day and nite attacking it from various of ways and i still cant get rid of it pls help!
After 3 other people gave suggestions that didnt work-NR
Name: Nick Ritchie <mailTo:email@example.com?subject=Computing.Net%20Post%20-%20security-2609> Date: October 09, 2002 at 06:30:55 Pacific Subject: BDE-trojan Reply: Have you disabled the Sysytem Restore Utility ? I know when I recieved the Klez Virus , after Norton caught the virus and I deleted it off my system . I ran a full H.D. scan and the virus was still in my Restore Utility. Following the instructions off the Norton Web site , I disabled the System Restore Utility , doing this will purge all of your restore points including the one containing the virus. After a reboot you can then go back and re-enable the utility and create a new restore point.To disable , right click on My Computer , click on the performance tab , click on file system , click on trouble shooting , put a check mark in disable system restore click OK , OK again , then reboot your PC. After you do all of this and re-enable the utility ,run a full HD scan and see if the virus is gone ! Good Luck, Nick <> Report Offensive Follow Up For Removal </cgi-bin/report.pl/security/wwwboard/forum/2609.html|3>
Response Number 4Name: maria Date: October 09, 2002 at 14:03:16 Pacific Subject: BDE-trojan Reply: thanks so much Nick!!! it worked!! its dead gone poff, yay!!! all my scanners are clean again! im so
Another post, that I supplied a fix !
When starting up Win ME, a password window comes up. I never set a password, so hitting enter or clicking ok allows the pc <http://www.computing.net/windowsme/wwwboard/forum/41911.html> to continue booting up. The problem is that it often freezes up at that point and I have to hit the off button and start over. Is there any way to stop the password window from coming up, or any other solution? My pc is a Dell
I supplied a fix that allows user to remove the password prompt! He replied thanking me !
Thanks, Nick, it works! I appreciate the info- Ken
Hey Jam ,did you read Julies raply, thanks so much Nick . I wonder if the 3 others that provided her advice on how to fix if one of them you provided .Yes as hard as it is to believe I have helped others in the past !
Have a Nice Dat ,Nick