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Old 05-31-2012, 06:18 PM
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Haven't seen it in a while...at least a month or two..but back then it was widespread.

lately it's been more the HDDrive error one, and lately.."Secure surfer".
Yeah, SMART HDD or something. People come into the shop telling me their hard drive is failing. I have to show them its a virus. After that they think they need new hard drive AND a virus clean. Sad.
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Old 05-31-2012, 06:44 PM
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You'll have to boot from a CD, or mount the drive externally to a bootable machine...and fix the MBR....it will be living there. Else...you'll go in circles trying to clean it out directly from the booted machine...each reboot will re-infect it from the hidden part in the MBR.
And once again thanks stonecat, i actually read you saying the samething on one of the other threads using google site search lol. Ill give that a shot as soon as I get off of work.
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