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Corrupted File (by a trojan?)

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Barry Egener, Sep 11, 2004.

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  1. Barry Egener

    Barry Egener Thread Starter

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    Would appreciate suggestions about how to fix files:

    While web-browsing, a trojan was detected. I had MacAfee Virus Scan running as well as Microsoft Firewall. Message said trojan detected and deleted. I ran virus scan and found no infections.

    Several programs then didn't run properly. I reinstalled Windows XP Home edition which fixed one of the problems. One remains and one new one appeared:

    When computer starts up the following error message appears:

    C:/Documents and Settings/Barry\Startup\Menu\Programs\Startup\system[1]exe.ju
    Line: 4
    Character:1
    Error: File not found
    Code:800A0035
    Source: MicrosoftJScript runtime error

    The new problem is that when running Microsoft Outlook, I get the message:

    The procedure entry point GetIUMS could not be located in the dynamic link library MSDart.DLL

    I can use the computer normally after clicking OK on these messages several times.

    Ideas would be appreciated,
    Barry
     
  2. Emtronics

    Emtronics

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    The first problem is easy. navigate to the START|All Programs|Starup folder, look for that entry, system[1]exe.ju, and RIGHT click it, choose DELETE. That should end the error on that.

    Your MacAfee did it's job. It stopped a Trojan (and there are 100's out there) and deleted it. I doubt it seriously did any damage to your software. I am wondering why, when your software started acting up, you didn't re-install the software first instead of re-installing XP?

    Go HERE as see if the solution posted by "sysmgr" isn't your fix for your second problem.

    Post back and let us know! :)
     
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