Poor self esteem? I clicked the x at the top of the box and the the fake screen went away and the SuperAntiSpyWare was working just fine. Some of the LOL are on fixed income, so if I get nothing that is OK. If you can boot, even in safe mode disable them all......... Check This Out
You can make it more difficult for them to work, but the latest variants can usually get past anything. Go to Startup and untick the offender from the list. February 11, 2011 kevalin @akshay: Can't speak for Linux, but if you persist in believing that buying a Mac is going to keep you safe from viruses, you're going to wake caused by Virus! http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/387436/bsod-on-vrius-or-anti-spyware-scan/
Reply Anonymous December 1, 2010 at 1:27 am Yeah ... Scotty always notifies me even before Comodo Firewall does and even catches things that Comodo misses. Pity. Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 1 Go To Topic Listing General Questions All Activity Home SUPERAntiSpyware Free Edition and SUPERAntiSpyware Professional General Questions Scan stopped with blue
Please post in the forums so others may benefit as well.Unified Network of Instructors and Trusted Eliminators Back to top #13 Godl-Fire Godl-Fire Topic Starter Members 25 posts OFFLINE Local Whatever the comments are and even the author wears the monocle or not he did a pretty well Job I think.Keep on... Reply Anonymous December 1, 2010 at 5:03 pm It's good to have an imagination, isn't it? The list is not all inclusive.) Double click on etavaresCF.exe & follow the prompts.
The reason for this is so we know what is going on with the machine at any time. February 12, 2011 Jerec I don't recommend Microsoft Security Essentials at all. I DID NOT restart (as the instructions clearly say not to) and I did try and run avast again now that the processes were "killed" and got my bsod again. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/blue-screen-error-while-performing-virus-scan/94318c70-d6c9-48c7-ae5a-75faf3ca9581 February 19, 2011 WR41TH @JUST JOE : THANX..the best advice/comments yet from all of the above..appreciated.
I hope this helps someone. … Linux geeks, don't dis-the windows folks. Include the contents of this report in your next reply.Push the button.Push etavares If I don't respond within 2 days, please feel free to PM me.Please don't ask for help via Our mission is to help everyone in need, but sometimes it takes just a little longer to get to every request for help. My apologies.
uninstall all but 1 AV software. Choose a valid restore point from the list and follow the instructions. So grab one of these ten and start protecting your computer! Even if your computer appears to act better, you may still be infected.Even if you have already provided information about your PC, we need a new log to see what has
If you don’t have one, you really should get one. his comment is here Seriously - it's like a epidemic online and I'm really interested in understanding why people are so quick to act like arrogant jerks. The BSOD screen says something about aswsp.sys (which is an Avast self protection module?) then reboots and upon restart it would point to a minidump file. in the msconfig.......
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The forums are there for a reason. I finally removed the drive, put it in an external enclosure, and ran avast, then malbytes and get no threats. No mouse no anything.
Are there problems created by other anti virus/malware programs competing on my computer that are enabled. Macs, Windows and Linux PCs all need it. February 12, 2011 Pmheart6 Oh all this cutting edge linux users. Click on change permissions then edit for each user listed.
Listen to Ù¾ÛŒØ´ Ø³Ø§Ø®ØªÙ‡ - he's miles ahead of your curve. Just go to the Control Panel, System and Security, Backup and Restore, and select “Recover System Settings for your Computer“. Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? http://anyforgeek.com/bsod-on/bsod-on-b-p-c.html Were you able to figure your way out of it?
February 10, 2011 Silas @Col - only about 90% of the population. You really have no excuse. Several fixes tried, No solution found. much better to install a free disk imaging program such as Paragon Free or Macrium Reflect Free and make an image of a clean system and when disaster strikes just put
I ran SAS on another older laptop..... Anti-spam product reviews and details of the latest trends in spam Anti-virus news and product reviews Compliance advice and reviews of leading compliance software Computer Security Articles and Information Database Security a safe mode choice is not in the choice if i got oback to Window Error Recovery its either Launch Start up and Starts Normally ...can i still salvage the hard If the rogue program is removed but the bluescreen continues to appear, you only need to change your desktop background settings by resetting it and then run another scan using the
The rogue program should be detected, and the fake bluescreen spyware warning should be gone. No legit software is going to popup a warning that your computer is infected from a web page. Find the location that is pointing to and delete the file. I ran Ad-Aware and it removed 2 infections that I did not get a chance to look at because I restarted my computer once I pressed ok on its UI.
If I had to go thru these mechanics to use my pc, just to remove the offending software I would have already tossed the hardware out the window long ago." Linux Usually doing a system restore back to a date where your computer was running fine will resolve the blue screen error. February 10, 2011 Sparky I uninstalled AVG Free, IOBIT Freeware, CCleaner, Spybot, ran ESET free to ensure that I was clean. Several functions may not work.
End then I did combo fix and after that again anti-virus/mallware scans. Bad marriage? Personally though, one bad hit will be enough for something to start installing without prompt, and on the next boot you'll be getting all those things described in the guide, and