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Computer started to freeze

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by chrisjohn, Mar 22, 2010.

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  1. chrisjohn

    chrisjohn Thread Starter

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    Hi
    I need help i have been trying to find and remove
    SystemDir.explorer
    systemDir. regedit
    I have used several anti-virus add adware etc. without success i am using win 7 64bit with all its foibles (locked folder file etc.) i have also done a complete factory reinstall without any success any help would be much appreciated
    All the best
    Chrisjohn
     
  2. chrisjohn

    chrisjohn Thread Starter

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    Hi
    I need help i have been trying to find and remove
    SystemDir.explorer
    systemDir. regedit
    I have used several anti-virus add remove programs without success i am using win 7 64bit with all its foibles (locked folder file etc.) i have also done a complete factory reinstall without any success any help would be much appreciated
    All the best
    Chrisjohn
     
  3. chrisjohn

    chrisjohn Thread Starter

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    Hi
    I have a hp pavilion p2063uk running win 7 64bit i have had it for about 5 months, recently i used Bazooka Adware and it reported that i have SystemDir.explorer and SystemDir.regedit in %SystemDir% no other adware or virus program showed these and i could not locate them, so i decided to restore the computer back to factory using the restore disks that i made, having successfully completed the restore i re-ran the Bazooka program and they are still there, about a week later the computer started to freezes just after start-up windows offers shut down or fix and restart, this does not happen every time i start the computer
    Any advice would be very much appreciated
    Best Chrisjohn
     
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