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Unread postby robin4 » May 13th, 2006, 10:18 am

Have been infected by a porn dialer global acces from andorra. Am not sure what to do with hijackthis and everytime i log on to my computer the dialer interupts my btopenworld account. Please can help me from stage one.
How do I make changes when my internet connection has been attacked every time i log on I have looked on other sidtes and they talk about blasting the HDD.. HWhat does hdd stand for? Hard drive? Do I need to install my recovery disk?
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Unread postby titan9 » May 13th, 2006, 11:22 am

Hi :wave:

Before I can help you, I need a HJT log. Here are instructions for HJT:

Use this link to get HijackThis.
Save it to your desktop and then double-click to run it.
It will install the program in c:\program files\HijackThis.
Browse to that location with windows explorer, and double click on the HijackThis.exe program to run. Chose the 'Do a system scan and save a logfile'
That will allow you to save the log to the desktop (or some other place) and leave open a notepad file with the HijackThis log in it. Right-click anywhere in the notepad and select "select all". Right-click again and select "copy". In your next reply to this thread, please paste the contents of the HJT log by right-clicking and selecting "paste" in the textfield of your reply. :)
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Unread postby Nick-YF19 » May 23rd, 2006, 11:52 pm

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