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Ive had trojans, and my computer just freezes up

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by PaulaB, Jan 21, 2006.

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  1. PaulaB

    PaulaB Thread Starter

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    Hello, im new to this site, and i am running windows xp service pack 2 and aol 9 and im at my witts end. Last week i had a very bad virus on my computer called spywarestrike, everytime i was deleting it from my add / remove progs, it was actually re installing the damn virus. ( its now in my virus vault) Anyhow.... Since then my computer just freezes up, and i have to unplug the comp for a while then re boot up. Every single time i boot up it also runs a disk check ( which normally it doesnt). Once i mange to get the comp back to desktop, the system 32 files all pop up on the screen, and also a white box which is blank, when i try and close this white box, it brings up another box saying the Roller~exe is having problems and it needs to shut down, i click ok and it brings up a another box saying de-bug or ok, i click de-bug, and then i can manage to get on line again.
    I really dont want to have to restore factory settings. Is there anything anybody can suggest

    Thanx in advance

    Paula
     
  2. KingCody

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    run system restore to a point before you got the virus
     
  3. PaulaB

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    HI and thanks for the reply, The funny thing is, ive click system restore, and all it brings up is a massive white box, with nothing inside it....
     
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