NOD32 is Destroying my Windows7!!!

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  1. ShareAll

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    #1 ShareAll, Aug 29, 2009
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  2. Sporkman

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    LOL @ NOD



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    Maybe your copy of Windows 7 wasn't very "untouched"... ;)
     
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    #6 NoJuan999, Aug 29, 2009
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  7. ShareAll

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    Could be that my Copy of Windows7 is touched. But i get this trouble ONLY with NOD32. Had Kaspersky before running but i uninstalled it because it ate resources little to much but it worked. Also Microsoft Essential Security didn't give this same trouble. Only NOD. Hmmm
     
  8. simexi

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    Easiest way is to reformat. The Virut infects all sorts of files and exes.

    I dont think so that combofix can remove this or is it updatet since I've used it?
    And what about that simplysup? Can it really heal your system, coz u WILL NEED original files(.exe, others like .htm,.php,.asp etc you can edit and remove the "iframe" line) back.

    And either way.. It is VERY important to scan viruses after fixing/reformatting, AND NOT TO USE ANY OF FILES FROM YOUR DRIVE WHICH WERE IN THE SYSTEM. This because it can be that your file on drive d:\ was infected with the virus.
     
  9. NoJuan999

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    #10 NoJuan999, Aug 30, 2009
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    I agree that a reformat would be a good fix as a last resort.
    But I would try other methods first.

    Combofix will find and eliminate this virus though,
    I just used it to do that on a friends PC two days ago.
    It has to reboot into DOS to clean the infected files though.
     
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    I consider reformat as last resource and a radical option, but sometimes, isn't so simple to do that.

    Imagine all the tweak, lots programs installed, lots configs, etc, etc, lost like that.

    I hardly reformat my computer. ;)
     
  11. KotaXor

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    I am using EAV 4.0.437, no issue with Windows 7 Ultimate x86.:)
     
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    #18 racky29, Aug 30, 2009
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    so it looks like a format and re-install is the best way to go for you, cos
    looks like one of those nasty things you'll never get rid of

    ive been battling with a trojan all week, nod32 and malwarebytes find it and clean it, but it kept comming back, i found that it was comming from one of three vietnamese forums, and now i stopped visiting those forums i have stayed clean
    its a bit bad that just visiting a few sites you can get a few nasty trojans
    i cant remember the site names cos ive removed all traces of them, bookmarks, cookies, history ect.
    or i would post the names of them so people could stay away from them
    so if you have been visiting vietnamese forums, you better scan your machines.
     
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  16. KotaXor

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    How did he get infected so badly in the first place?:eek:
     
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