Help needed very badly.

Discussion in 'Dealing with Spyware' started by bmxjustin, Feb 20, 2007.

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    bmxjustin

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    Today Norton Picked something up on the virus detecter, It deleted it. I was on my computer for like a half hour and it started going slower. I checked how much space i had on my harddrive and it said 81 gb which was what i thought. So I went on internet explorer for a bit and started getting pop ups like crazy just random search sites, spyware removal sites, drive cleaner sites, places selling stuff. So I have xoft spy se , scanned it picked up something called vondu or something like that I deleted it and did another scan to make sure it was gone and it came back up again so i repeated and it just kept getting picked up even after deletion. I then downloaded spybot got rid of the spyware with that it said that everything was off my computer, I then used norton and xoft once again to make sure; they both had good results with no viruses/spyware. So like an hour later i decide to go on my computer, I get on it was very slow i checked my disc space and its down to 73 gb! Right now as im typing this it is at 71 gb, I don't know were all my space is disapearing to but anyway I went back on interent explorer and continued getting those popups; I did scans with everything and everything said there was no viruses/spyware. PLEASE help me anything you can think of because the thing that is scaring me is im losing disc space :( and can't find anything to officially remove it.
     
    bmxjustin, Feb 20, 2007
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    Adywebb

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    Your going to have to download and run HijackThis and post your log so we can have a look.
     
    Adywebb, Feb 25, 2007
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