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LOL deltalima, disabling my virusware saved me...ohhhh...about 7 hrs today. Needless to say, I feel foolish. Once again, ESET failed to produced a log, and I just recalled experiencing this issue once before when malwareremoval.com helped me with my desktop, so the tech asked me to run Kaspersky's. I am at your disposal, if you think it'll be helpful.
Here is what ESET posted:
No threats found. Scanned Files: 115068 Infected Files: 0 Cleaned Files: 0 Total Scan Time: 02:14:27 Scan Status: Finished
deltalima, I've tried several times, however, it's continuing to read "null" after checking file updates. Nonetheless, the program seems to run, although I don't know how effective it is in nullstatus. It also asks that I go to their main webpage and look for a current link, but there isn't one - they claim to be updating the software.
Hi deltalima...just wanted to provide you with an update to let you I'm still in this. I have run ESET a couple more times to see if a log would evince, but no luck. Presently, I'm working on the last instructions that you provided for a Kaspersky boot disk. I'm a bit outta my league here, so bear with me, please.
Update: I think that I've created the bootable CD, but I can't figure out how to boot the computer using it. Currently stuck.
Hello, deltalima. I finally burned a proper CD, but Kaspersky's Rescue Disk turned out to be a bust, as well. Once loaded, it declares that its databases are obsolete (5/2009) and that an appropriate update source cannot be found. I have tried several times.
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