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Hacked and had trojans...System Restore???

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by imperfeckd, Jan 16, 2007.

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    i was recently hacked and i was invaded by trojans and a whole lot of other Nasty things....I have recently gotten rid of viruses however i am still having issues with java and IE which i can't resolve and i want to know if is safe to do a system restore or not....

    *****here is a list of my errors:*****...Java is unusable::::

    Java plug-in Fatal Error

    several Java virtual machines running in same process caused an error...


    ***I am using I/E 7 now and i have these I/E errors**::



    iexplorer.exe-application error....

    The instruction at "0x03f90183" referenced memory at "0x8bfd4fc9"-The memory could Not be "read"

    then it wants me to click ok to terminate the program...


    i just bought this computer last week and someone got mad at me and this is the outcome...can someone please explain to me about system restore and if i should restore my computer back to the time that i purchased it???and if this would be the best course of action....also would i not have that restore point if i use it now???

    reference thread:::::

    http://forums.techguy.org/security/534825-avg-found-virus-can-you.html

    can someone please Help me....:(
     
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