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Old 01-26-2012, 11:27 PM
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Thanks Rockhoptec fix worked!! I fixed a laptop last night with this problem. It seems that this is the latest strain of trojan's coming out that overwrite the network sys files.
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Old 01-26-2012, 11:58 PM
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Great info, thanks! I'll be sure to use this information with the next machine that comes in with this problem.
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I have tried EVERYTHING in this thread. I still have pages being redirected on chrome/ie. The was infected with PC CLEANERS virus and the redirecting of pages is the only thing left on the machine. I'm trying hard not to N&P.
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have you tried any bootable rescue disk/av scanners? If so, which ones?

if you run mbrscanner, does it report an infected or altered mbr?
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Old 03-21-2012, 05:51 AM
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have you tried any bootable rescue disk/av scanners? If so, which ones?

if you run mbrscanner, does it report an infected or altered mbr?
I was able to fix the redirect issue by fully uninstalling the network driver and reinstalling. I tried all types of scanners and nothing was being picked up. These new viruses in the past weeks have been a pain.
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