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Two networked desktop computers gone crazy

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by Amycoll, Oct 29, 2011.

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  1. Amycoll

    Amycoll Thread Starter

    Nov 12, 2008
    I usually take care of my own problems simply by googling them but this situation here is a whole new thing to me... I have 3 computers at home, 2 desktops and 1 laptop (which I am using now because he is the only one left functional). Those two desktops are networked together, I can fully explore one PC from another etc... earlier today me and my brother were playing World of Tanks. I copied its folder from brothers desktop PC ( ''1'' in further reference ) to mine ( ''2'' ). That is the only common thing we did today on both computers so that is the reason I am mentioning it. Everything worked fine until we turned them off and went out. As soon as I came back I tried using PC ''2'' (my PC) and it went crazy. It booted up and only showed cursor. I pressed ctrl+alt+del and turned on ''explorer'' since it didn't start. Explorer ran and opened 3 ''libraries'' folders which are supposted to be applications ''garena'', ''xfire'' and ''hamachi''. Their icons on desktop were now replaced with a simple folder icon. Upon trying to google whats going on my PC just shut down. Tried doing it a couple more times and failed miserably. Then I tried using PC ''1'' (brothers) which took me by surprise o_O He did the same thing, only difference is that he has ''hotmail messenger'', some ''mysql'' crap and other apps in startup which also open the ''libraries'' folder. Upon opening web browser and trying to google whats happening it also shut down. :( :eek:

    WHAT THE HECK IS GOING ON!?!?! :mad:

    (sorry for a long post but you needed to know what is going on)
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