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Greetings. Not sure if this is spyware or just corrupted f

Unread postby trence5 » August 18th, 2006, 1:55 pm

Hi all.
First off let me say I know nothing technical troubling shooting and what little I've had to do could be either divine intervention or just plain luck that I haven't erased my system :oops: :D .
Ok here's my problem, besides being a complete noob, I'm sure if this is spyware of just a corrupted file, every minute I get a AOLUnifiedSysTray: aolsoftware.exe - Corrupt File appears out of the system's tray, but I can't seem to get rid of this cmls_ms.tlv file which keeps my warning bubble popping up about every minute or so. It list it as corrupt and unreadable and tells me to run the Chkdsk utility. Everytime I try to run the Chkdsk utility it quickly closes seconds before I can type anything. The file's directory is C:\Documents and Settings\my name\Local Settings\Application Data\AOL\UserProfiles\1124143624\myname\metrics\cmls_ms.tlv
Ok I've tried using that wonderful Pocket Killbox program and followed the tutorial you all were so gracious to list here using the program but when I tried all 3 of the procedures, it kept giving this BS about: This file does not seem to exist. :roll: :roll:
How can I get rid of it?

Thank all for reading this message :D
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Unread postby ChrisRLG » August 18th, 2006, 2:57 pm

You would need to post a HJT log in the malware room.

That HJT program is a dignositic tool - it will help us work out what the problem is - SO - do not fix anything with it without an expert giving you advice.

HJT can be found in the download page at the top of the forum.
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Unread postby trence5 » August 18th, 2006, 7:27 pm

ChrisRLG wrote:You would need to post a HJT log in the malware room.

That HJT program is a dignositic tool - it will help us work out what the problem is - SO - do not fix anything with it without an expert giving you advice.

HJT can be found in the download page at the top of the forum.
:D Thank You!
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