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Windows 7: WoW64\systems.exe

22 Jan 2010   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

Ok thanks for all your replies, I have removed my internet-cable now so no internet is available on my pc :P
I'm currently running a Antimalware full scan and after that I will run NOD32 scan.

When those are done I will try the SuperAntiSpyware that TGSoldier mentioned above :)

Also stormy13, I haven't done any online banking or written in password today, but I did written in my password to several stuffs yesterday, but no online banking. But as it seems now nothing is changed on my passwords, but I will change for the ones that are important for me :)

Thanks all of you!

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22 Jan 2010   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

Think I'm okay now :)

Have done a full scan with NOD32, Malwarebytes and SuperAntiSpyware three times now, the last time nothing was found on any of them.

I have also manually removed some keys to Systems.exe in the regedit so everything should be gone :)

Anyway, the thing that I just saw is that when I'm starting MSN then the ESET window is popping up again... below is link to picture of how it looks like:

If I'm denying it then MSN just shuts down, so I have to allow it in order to make it work... any suggestions? =)
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