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Freecorder virus? not sure. logs in post.

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by IM_A_PC, Dec 6, 2011.

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    IM_A_PC Thread Starter

    May 22, 2009
    I have a virus, i'm pretty sure at least. That none of the scans I have done have been able to pick up. I got it shortly after shutting down and restarting my computer, after installing a program called freecorder.
    I am unable to boot in normal mode for more than a few seconds, then everything goes crazy.

    What I mean is, the screens i have open freeze, i can't open the start menu (or if it does, i can't click anything). I cannot connect to the internet, nor can I open any programs to scan for malware in normal boot. I have done a clean boot with no success. I have scanned with McAfee stinger, kaspersky TDSkiller, Malwarebytes, as well as normal malware cleaner. with no results.
    I cannot update my virus software to scan so I am thinking this may be the problem.

    So, to make it a bit more simple. I've got Win vista 32-bit 3gb ram, 250gb hard drive (w/ only 30+gb free) but that hasn't caused any problems.
    I've got alot of important stuff on here,and i plan on buying an external hard drive to backup my important files, and then reinstall windows (vista 32-bit ultimate cd)

    I have scanned and have all logs they will be found on pastebin here

    HijackThis: http://pastebin.com/X6fp19Ki
    DDS log: http://pastebin.com/T5Rrjkyh
    log i'm not sure what to call?: http://pastebin.com/VMC1Qah9

    any help would be appreciated asap.
    Im a college student and would appreciate if anyone could help and by help i mean actually get rid of this rather than say 'take your computer in to a tech guy' or 'format and install linux' Any help would be appreciated (that actually helps of course)

    Thank you for your time!
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