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  Reply # 1090080 16-Jul-2014 16:08
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Re run the scan that you used to quarantine? Should come up empty?

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  Reply # 1090083 16-Jul-2014 16:09
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Well, it wouldve got rid of the PUP's - get your virus software to run a full scan of your system anyway.





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  Reply # 1090084 16-Jul-2014 16:10
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Welll it seems to have fixed it, as I did another scan with malwarebytes and it came up clean. THANK YOU SO MUCH everyone who posted suggestions, much appreciated.

 


Also doing a FULL scan with the windows security system.

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  Reply # 1090114 16-Jul-2014 16:26
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You really should nuke your PC from orbit.  It's the only way to be sure.



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  Reply # 1090138 16-Jul-2014 16:43
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Do you mean reformat the computer, awh do I have to? That will take me a week to save and reinstall everything. 

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  Reply # 1090141 16-Jul-2014 16:47
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Johnboy1234: Do you mean reformat the computer, awh do I have to? That will take me a week to save and reinstall everything. 


You maybe ok, however if you are using the PC for sensitive activity such as Online Banking, purchasing etc etc it maybe prudent to do a format and reinstall.




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  Reply # 1090151 16-Jul-2014 16:59
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Bugger, I hate reformatting, so tedious and I never remember everything to save. Though I guess I better, as I do lots of internet banking and online shopping. :-(

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  Reply # 1090489 17-Jul-2014 10:09
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Time to sot out automatic daily backups then, that way you can just roll back in situations like these.

I never used to back my PC because there was nothing critical on it. Now I realise, the fact that the OS is configured and working, all updates are installed, and software is installed, is actually pretty critical. 
For me, a restore takes @ 30 minutes mostly unattended, starting again takes days or weeks.




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