HijackThis log file help

By techack
Nov 30, 2008
  1. I m using HP Pavillion 6910tx..which I bought in Oct 2008 since past few weeks I am repeatedly getting various BSODs..Plz help me by analysing my HijackThis Log file and suggesting possible solutions. I hv done the prelimnary virus n spyware scans.
  2. nobardin

    nobardin TS Rookie Posts: 256

    If you are getting BSOD's look in C:\WINDOWS\minidump and attach 3-4 of the most recent minidumps to your next reply and we will be more than happy to look them over for you.

    Also if you believe you are infected then go here and follow th steps in order, not skipping any.
  3. techack

    techack TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I dont think I m infected but still do hv a look at HijackThis log.
    Here is the most recent minidump.
  4. nobardin

    nobardin TS Rookie Posts: 256

    Minidump 113008-01
    BUGCHECK_STR: 0x50
    Probably caused by : WinFl32.sys

    WinFl32.sys seems to be a driver file assoicated with a program called "Folder Lock"

    Possible solution

    If you have the program "Folder Lock" on your computer uninstall it via add/remove programs and see if your system becomes stable.

    I would also recommend that you download Ccleaner from here scan and clean your computer, then scan and clean the registry with the registry cleaner portion of the program. (the registry cleaner portion may clean up a lot of the junk in the hijackthis log)

    After doing the above stated, please post back with a new hijack log and let us know if your system has become stable.
  5. techack

    techack TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I hv removed Folder Lock from the PC. I will let you know if I am getting more BSODs. Meanwhile, Here is the new HijackThis log....plz analyse it and also suggest which of the "startup" processes are safe to remove and any other recommendations too.
  6. nobardin

    nobardin TS Rookie Posts: 256

    After looking at your new hijackthis log and doing a google search on entries that seemed odd leads me to believe you may be infected with some spyware/malware. I believe that you should go here and follow the steps in order without skipping any and see what is found. Just as an example.

    Please do not fix these entries as of yet.. this is just an example of the entries that seem suspicious.

    So run through the 8 step malware removal process then report back and let us know the outcome.
  7. techack

    techack TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Currently I m no getting any BSoD...(Thanx for helping me out)...I will let you know if I get any BSod within next 4-5 days.

    the 1st two entries you quoted are of "UltraSurf" proxy.
    while last 2 entries are due to "Tune Up Utilities".

    I cannot comment on the other entries
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