March 24, 2017, 09:57:16 pm
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Okay, I'm losing out how many more fucking problems are going to jump out at me. I was hoping a brand new year, as in a new start - no more PC problems, but I was wrong, again for the last seven years (if anymore surprises pop up at me, I'll give this thing a real death screen). Now after AVG really getting on my final nerve, I've completely uninstalled AVG from my computer, and now have Avast back (it was lost after I had to do a System Restore - had a bad problem), so once it was installed, and asked to do a system boot scan (before Windows starts), after a reboot, and I allowed it to do so while I played Saints Row, then I checked to see what's its status, and the first scan found Malware in the Volume area (I swear that area gets infected more than my Drive C), and so I pressed the "2" key to delete it, and it scanned again and found a Trojan horse virus, (again Volume area), that was deleted, then a final scan found a Rootkit, (think it was lurking in volume area, I forgot), and is now running in Windows, (found Malware AGAIN in the stupid Volume Area). Now my problem is my stupid firewall. It's been turning it's self off. It's done this like 5 times, and hasn't again (yet). I can't do a Restore back to October, it "fails", so what would cause a firewall to turn it's self off?
Uh, download trend micro rootkit revealer(look arround on their website), and run it. Post the results here before you delete stuff. It will detect something called master boot record or MBR or some such. You can't delete it(If you could you couldn't even get into linux if you deleted it)
Avast can detect Conficker, AVG can not.
Why should I join another forum I'll stop going to? A lot of software like antiviruses tend to be updated like AVG went from awesome to s**t.
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