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Not sure what to do! Please help!

Unread postby BobbiMarie » April 19th, 2012, 8:25 pm

Hi! I'm hoping someone can help me.

On my desktop computer... I have windows XP.

I did an AVG virus scan. ( I currently only have the free version of AVG)

It came up and said.....

c:\windows\system32\wiafbdrv.dll corrupted executable file

I know some things about computers... but that kind of stuff I have no clue about!
Does anyone know what it is? Or how to fix it?

Your help would be greatly appreciated! Thank You!
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Re: Not sure what to do! Please help!

Unread postby Gary R » April 20th, 2012, 2:06 am

Since this is probably caused by Malware, it's best you open a topic in the Malware Removal forum, so we can check your machine out before giving you advice on how to replace the file flagged by AVG.

Details of how to do this are to be found .... HERE
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