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Help removing b.exe. & msa.exe (It wont let me download virus removals)

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by bluenosejock1, Nov 9, 2009.

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    Hi Folks i hope somebody can help me. I seem to have picked up b.exe and msa.exe (And probably numerous other rubbish within the last week). I have browsed google answers and this site for assistance before going ahead with my plea for help .....

    The thing is, the virus / malware seems to want me to go to random websites when i click on google results etc. It wont let me open my photoshop programme, the pc tells me msn has "encountered a problem and needs to close" when i try run that. When i try run my virgin pc gaurd it says it fails as tools can not be initialised so its being a right SOB !!

    I have attempted to follow the instructions given to another member as they had the b.exe & msa.exe virus BUT after downloading the malwarebytes antivirus it locks me out saying i do not have permission to access it ?? I cant even run a HiJackThis log as it says the same thing.

    I hope someone can help me remove this. Thanks in advance for any time spent dealing with my enquiery !

    (Running windows XP with Virgin media and virgin pc guard)

    Chris,
    Scotland
     
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