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Thread: Malware removel, or new hard drive?

  1. #1
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2007

    Default Malware removel, or new hard drive?

    well i belive i have sum trojans(2), and maybe worm?. i have ran spybot and got the these results: LEGMIR-BN(trojan), i have file name and other info also...DLOADER-VI or VL not sure (trojan) file name msmsgrs.exe....RIZON-A:worm disgiused as program for my soundcard SOUNDMAX.....Also i had ran multiple antivirus' and only 1 came up with malware results it was referred to to as destructive program as i can only remember a portion of the name is as goes: .....[php1] not much but i was limited buy circumstances. i have other oddities with installed programs and windows behavior. i have reinstalled windows, ran AV in safe-mode, tried to track down in regedit, few other options . i must also mention i play[ed] console games and belive that is were most odd behavior began, i heard nasty tales of console games being prime oppertunties for intrusions i have some logs i am also posting from HJT. any and all help would be fanstastic. and i think wat u guys do for FREE is VERY commendable. i would like to not have to buy new Hard drive and start over if i can salvage this1. ps if i do have to start completely fresh wat is good way to prevent this(software,tips...ect) BTW i Don't do the porn thing so that can be rules out. thx again!!!

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    Join Date
    Oct 2006


    Hello gofigurehuh and welcome to the Forums

    Sorry for the delay.

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