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Master Geek


Topic # 66857 24-Aug-2010 20:08
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Hi
I went into my media player just before to listen to music and all this weird stuff is in there like music from games I do not have and over 600 Windows sounds e.g. Windows Battery Low, Windows Bing, Windows Critical Stop etc.
When I did a bullguard scan last night I had a trojan called Trojan.Peed.Gen
Can someone tell me how to delete all this crap off as it would not let me doing it by pressing DEL.
Oh a few specs:
Operating System - Windows 7
I have malwarbytes and BullGuard version 9
I am on a laptop using a router
Also Bullguard deleted trojan on reboot.

Anything else please ask.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 372537 25-Aug-2010 11:11
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Can anyone help? Please

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  Reply # 372556 25-Aug-2010 11:35
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Its the windows system sounds. you must have set wmp to scan your entire hd for music.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 372560 25-Aug-2010 11:40
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How come I can not delete it and it only showed up a few days ago. Well it was not there a few days ago. Thanks :)

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