|The delayed write error is spurious and shows that the hijacker is still present in memory. I have the same problem. Removed all known items on infected computer. Used Malwarebytes, Spybot, Security Essentials, June 2011 Malware removal tool, All report clean. I have used the gmer rootkit detection utility and see nothing unusual (except maybe an entry from bytemobile called tcpipBM.sys)|
bytemobile looks legitimate however.
I have reset winsock, and reset IE Settings. Problem appears on new install of chrome as well. I google "security essentials" click on a microsoft link and get redirected somewhere else.
SeaTools for windows reports the drive is OK (long DST).
anytime i download something that it knows about, I get the delayed write error.
I can download "safe" stuff without error.
This happens in safe mode and normal mode.
Im looking for suggestions as to how to proceed from here since everything I have loaded tells me the system is clean. There are no obvious HijackThis entries.