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BLACK screen/BLUE screen .. Reboot ??

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by Marilynne, Apr 26, 2005.

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  1. Marilynne

    Marilynne Thread Starter

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    Hi AGAIN!!

    Hopefully my PC will STAY up while I write this .. I have been having some MAJOR probs with the puter just flippin well going to a black(blank) screen .. and then to a deep blue screen .. which displays this jibberish to me ...


    Shew .. just had black screen followed by the bright blue screen with the following written on it.



    *** STOP: OxOOOOOOD1 (OxE3C83040, OxOOOOOOFF, OxOOOOOOO1, OxBF872BCA)

    DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

    *** ADDRESS BF872BCA base at BF872000, Datestamp 41ef5ce 1 - mrxsmb.sys

    Beginning dump of physical memory


    About a year ago I had the same thing happen .. and .. at the end of the word 'memory' an actual countdown occurred.

    As well .. I am being INNUNDATED with this ...


    Inside an ALERT BOX named WinRAR self-extracting archive

    Extracting ribiva.exe
    Extracting ewaf.exe
    Cannot create ewaf.exe


    Installation progress (the installation bar goes about 3/4 of the way and no further)



    =======================================================


    The Virus alert reads ..

    Obj.name rivia.exe

    Container C:\DocumentsandSE..\difavipu.exe

    Virus name Backdoor.ranky

    Action taken action to the file was denied


    I have had this machine IN for repair twice in 2 weeks .. all they have done is clean up viruses and spyware .. and I am totally NOT wanting to haul it back !!!

    Any suggestions gratefully accepted .. and WOO HOO I have not gone BLANK & BLUE !! (yet)

    Marilynne :eek:
     
  2. Wiskycoo

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    my suggestion.... buy an antivirus like norton or mcafee and run it on your system ALL the time. Keep it updated on a weekly to daily basis and this is less likely to happen ever again.
     
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