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CID errors and Roxio Creator 10

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by Bails04, Feb 21, 2008.

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  1. Bails04

    Bails04 Thread Starter

    Feb 21, 2008
    Hello, I have a HP Media center PC installed with Windows Vista Home Premium (32 bit) and I seem to be infected with CID: pop-ups.* How do I find the root of this problem, and then remove the threat?* I haveKaspersky version 7.0 installed, and it states that all is protected on my computer.* If this is correct, why am I getting these pop-ups?Also, I have tried to install Roxio Easy media Creator 10 suite.* I had problems once I had installed this, and was told to remove both version 9 (which came with my computer) and the newly installed version.* Then I tried to re-install the 10 suite.* It seems to be loaded on my computer, but when I click on the Easy Media Creator 10 Center, the little circle flashes, then nothing.* Have I missed something?
    Do you have any idea what 'not-a-virus:AdWare:Win32.DealHelper.aj' is? When I scanned a PCUtilities DVD by Kaspersky (before downloading Content) it stated that this could be threat. I clicked onto Kaspersky to check out what they had, and they did not know. The error was in response to this folder on the DVD: E:\DigitalScrapbooking\setup-Gliftex.exe/UPX . I had wanted to download the Digital Scrapbooking program. Now I'm not sure if I should.
    Lastly, often when I shut the PC down, I get the pop-up error message: 'Application failed to initalize 0xc0000142' - However, I do not know what has failed to initialize - Media Center? I know I asked quite a few questions, and would be mightly grateful for any help on any or all of these problems.
    Thanks Bails04
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