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Malware Blocking Access to Applications/Internet? dnsapi.dll

Unread postby colinberan » August 22nd, 2016, 3:39 am

I've come into quite a bit of malware as of today and I've been working for a while to try to get everything back in working order, and while I seem to have stopped the hemmorhaging my computer is going through, I still am having some issues.
Mainly, I have several programs, including Malwarebytes that will not start unless the computer is in safe mode. I get an error saying "The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0000906). Click OK to close the application." I also have issues with a "bcuengine.dll" located in C:\Program Files\AVAST Software\Avast\defs\16082100\bcuengine.dll that has been preventing me from performing virus scans as well.
Very appreciative of any help I could get as I'm really trying to avoid formatting my hard drive.
Thanks.

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Re: Malware Blocking Access to Applications/Internet? dnsapi

Unread postby colinberan » August 22nd, 2016, 5:43 am

Update: I managed to restore internet connection and everything SEEMS to be normal after running a system repair scan thing in the command prompt with "sfc /scannow" to repair the dnsapi.dll problem. However if it's not too much effort I would like to see if anyone can find anything that Malwarebytes and Avast can't find. Just to make sure my problem is actually solved.

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Re: Malware Blocking Access to Applications/Internet? dnsapi

Unread postby colinberan » August 22nd, 2016, 6:51 am

Second update, sorry if these are obnoxious: Definitely still having some troubles. Mainly that it still seems to be trying to hijack Google Chrome. I can't get a shortcut to work for more than a couple uses before it says "class not registered" when I try to use it and I cannot pin Chrome to the start menu.
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Re: Malware Blocking Access to Applications/Internet? dnsapi

Unread postby Gary R » August 22nd, 2016, 10:31 am

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