Quote: Originally Posted by OakenG
Respectfully, I'd suggest you will be better off using Avast's own removal tool rather than any third party solution...
--also contains directions to be executed in SafeMode.
or, for better exposure post "also" in the avast forums
. The developers there would love to hear this one plus you can learn more "how to use avast"
. As for the files(encountered some nvidia/adobe files wanting to make a hook through .dll's --which seems to be corrupted), will be lost "if" you cannot recover it properly prior uninstall. A re-installation of the main nVidia driver package and the Adobe package looms.
Your screenshots are blank except the "German Sheperd Dog Licking Screen Cleaner.exe" which is clearly a Win32FileInfector there as detected by avast. Can also be an FP. So you better check it via VT/Jotti/Filterbit.
theme generators and even some adobe reader components (.exe)...i scanned them one by one..and the result is --no virus-- then i tried to restore it,but it cant. .and when i open its folder directory.the avast will beep and beep..and will say "virus has been detected"..more than 30 times. .
Where is the scan result or image/screenshot that says, that the files are "clean" and "--no virus--" as you state? That "German Sheperd Dog Licking Screen Cleaner.exe" may be a variant of those 2007 dog-licking-screensaver with embedded trojan affecting display functions(may have very well corrupted the nVidia driver package and Adobe Flash). Kinda/seems like rootkit behavior there and Avast is trying to block it(having a hard time also it seems). MBAM scan will be nice(as gregrocker
You can send the samples(including the "German Sheperd Dog Licking Screen Cleaner.exe" ) to avast for verification and some copies to VirusTotal/Jotti/Filterbit.
By any chance did you happen to click "Add the file to the scan exclusion list" in the pop-up for the "--no virus--" files you stated?
It's on you what steps you will take. Goodluck.