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Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by linspro, Mar 24, 2009.

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  1. mich2212001

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    did you reboot? do u still get ads from background?
     
  2. linspro

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    All up to date. thank you for your time.
     
  3. linspro

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    i did reboot. ran the malware and sent to you. i dont know why it let me scan this time.the last time i heard it was right b efore i ran the malware. havent heard anything for a few hours.
     
  4. mich2212001

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    okay, keep it safe
     
  5. mo_books

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    I also have this problem! I noticed that the audio ads are using an application shown in the Volume Mixer as 1560. If you change or mute 1560 it will affect the audio ads running in the background! This also may have something to do with symcuw.exe because after halting symcuw.exe the audio ads stopped.............
     
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    mo_books:
    Hello & welcome to Tech Guy Forum.

    Please start your own thread. TGF experts will give you personalized service.
    ;)

    RF123
     
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    mich2212001,

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