I think my computer is infected

Crazycat542

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Hey, i just logged on my computer finally then i played a game, and it worked fine but then my computer just restarted i was gonna plug in my sansa view to charge but it restarted then when it booted up and i logged in it restarted again then it said it found a Trj-Gen (Trojan Generator) so i did a Schedule boot time scan and it said there was no infected files. then it didnt restart so then i got my sansa again and it JUST RESTARTED I WAS LIKE WTFF!!!

HELP plz

-Crazycat
 
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TomDWC

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Just do a virus scan, if you don't have one then AVG Free will most likely pick up the trojan. Let that remove it and you should be sorted. If you can't keep the PC on long enough to do a scan then boot in safe mode first.
 
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Crazycat542

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i just turned it on and it was just fine and i found a nah_mcku and it was the trojan that caused it so i used msconfig and disabled it
 

Pandaboy

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Perhaps you could try malwarebytes anti malware?
website: http://malwarebytes.org/
boot into safe mode with networking as this will disable the trojan ( and its defence mechanism). Launch malwarebytes' setup, follow its instructions do an update, scan your computer and then remove the virus and finally reboot your computer again back to normal mode.
Alternatively you could scan your computer with your current antivirus in safe mode.
 

Astro776

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yeah but never mind I used this computer that is not messed up to get the program and am running  a scan as you read this.
 

Astro776

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Thank you panda boy it found 4 things and one was the trojan that escaped from avast. Thank YOU so much for the little program sugestion.
 

Astro776

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Dam it thought it fixed it soon after I restarted because of the trojen removal it gave the the f****** bsod flash and the problem still persist
 

Pandaboy

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I assumed that you have scanned yuor computer in safe mode. A good guess is that it is probably a rootkit infection. Try your luck on SUPERAntispyware. Set up SUPERAntispyware in normal mode. Do an update. Reboot to safe mode and do a scan. Remove any thing found.
http://superantispyware.com
 
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apple_head

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Try running a HiJackThis log and post it on PCHF for their security team to analyse it and they can tell you what files to delete.

More info here: http://www.pchelpforum.com/new-hijackthis-logs/11849-prework-follow-these-instructions-before-posting.html
 
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apple_head

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A bit drastic mate  :relaxed: but if it fixed it then that's the main thing.
 
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