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  1. HI, I,ve been having ongoing problems with my PC for some time, which I think are due to Windows file corruption. I have tried several fixes, including sfc/scannow and chkdisk, as well as tweeking.com. I came here to see if anyone can help me. I thought I'd run the free scans offered here first, but nothing happens when I try to run them.( Adblock and antivirus turned off) I have also tried to run a desktop re-install of W7, but I can't even get the DVD to launch. An iso copy of W7 is not recognised as an iso. Other applications, browsers office etc all run fine. thanks in advance
  2. thanks Dabwid, I really liked the bleeping Computer site. What a great list of tools. Also very useful was the spyware warriors list. :beer: BTW, they say (spywarewarriors) that Noadware has cleaned up its act and is now not on the blacklist. It seemed to un-install correctly for me.
  3. thanks dabwid Another question, have you ever heard of a program called "NoAdware"? www.noadware.net/ It purports to provide a reliable scan/removal of malicious programs. I thought Id try it, so I downloaded the free scan program, did the scan and of course it came up with 3 or 3 "dangerous" programs installed, particularly "backdoor.netsnake" apparently a trojan that emails your passwords and urls to an intruder, according to thier definition. Scary stuff But of course, to remove this program, you have to buy thier product $29.95 I ran hijackthis, but couldf find no re
  4. HI, can anyone help me with this? I suspect that Spector pro has been installed on my pc. How do I detect and remoce it. I have´'t been able to find any of the associated dlls witha normal file search, but my weekly spywareinfo scan has told me that it is installed! After I click the remocve it option, the next scan shows it as still present. Very stealthy! DT
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