Solved viruses block my network, and everything else

May 22, 2011 at 11:46:22
Specs: N/A, 1024 mb
I have a big problem with my computer. Everything is going very slow, when i start a programe it's taking much longer then normal. But that's not the worst. My network worked good, and suddenly it stopped. Everything is connected properly but it does not work. Sometimes when i open network places, the computer is getting blocked and i have to restart. When i go repair, it can't renew ip adress. I think some virus is blocking it or ... Does someone have a simmilar problem, and is there a way to fix? I scan with malwerebytes and deleted all the viruses but still have the problem. I have AVG Antivirus too. When it finds a infected file, it sais temporary internet file. I move to valut and it' form is a picture. I delete it and for 10 mins it finds another one like one before. The more i delete them, there are just more and more. Somethimes i lose all iconds and start menu bar. I restart explorer.exe but it does not help i have to restart the computer. Somethimes computer cannot read the hard disk. I don't want to reformat coz i have lot of files. If someone can help, thank you a lot

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#1
May 22, 2011 at 21:10:33
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nikolagruncevski, possible you've got some sort of nasty (worm/trojan, etc.?). Be aware that a virus and a Trojan are similar, but not the same. Many times, an AV detects one it can't clean, other times, it gets missed entirely.
If you need to clean one, Malware Bytes seems to be the preferred remover, but I've run into a few it couldn't handle. Superantispyware (seems able to handle all comers. Info only. I’m not paid for recommendation. WARNING! FYI, a full scan on mine takes over an hour.) can do the job and you can get it free @:
http://www.superantispyware.com/
among other places. They have a Vista compatible version if needed. Dunno about Windows 7 or later.
If it turns out that you need to use it, be sure to update any cleaner prior to running.
Disable 'restore' after cleaning and run it again (to remove any nasties living there, restart after cleaning) so the nasty doesn't get put back should you later ‘restore’. They just released a new update recently and it changes all the time. Things are in a constant state of flux.
The restore thing is critical. May not be your deal at all, but won't hurt anything to try.
HTH
Ed in Texas

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#2
May 23, 2011 at 04:37:18
ok thank you a lot, i will try it

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#3
May 23, 2011 at 12:50:24
Time for a clean install from OEM disks.

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#4
May 26, 2011 at 13:33:00
Thank you a lot Ed. I downloaded superantispywere and run it. It found about 400 threats and now my network and all the things are back to normal. Thank you a lot again. :D:D

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#5
May 27, 2011 at 01:26:47
nikolagruncevski, glad to hear it worked for you. The mere fact that it found so many nasties to clean tells me that your AV/Firewall isn't doing it's job. Time for a change? There're lots of good freebies around.
Ed.

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