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HJT log, forced Windows shotdown

By Yelena
Oct 21, 2008
  1. Hello! I need you help desperately. I have a problem with redirecting malware and multiple viruses. Now there also seems to be a software conflict, and some of it I cannot unistall, it won't let me. I can only use my computer is safe mode now. The first time Windows shot down, it said bdfsfltr.sys is the problem.
    I ran Spybot, Malwarebytes and Avast is safe mode and deleted what it found. I have attached the Highjack This log. Let me know what I shoud do, and if I can uninstall any software in safe mode, and which ones?
    Thank you.
     
  2. rf6647

    rf6647 TS Maniac Posts: 829

    Objective it to boot normal mode. You observed:
    bdfsfltr.sys - BitDefender AntiVirus FS filter driver

    Temporarily take BitDefender out of the picture:
    If the application is running, disable it using menus / tools.

    Otherwise, Use HJT Fix Check
    Use HJT Fix Check for this also. Unknown at this point.
    While in safe mode, rename file (stp68_2007.dll) to disable it. Suggest changing dll ----> dlx. Some of the scrubbing may have already removed the file.


    If normal boot is still not possible, use 'msconfig' to disable all startup applications.

    The objective is normal mode & 3 logs posted here. Good luck.

    [edit] only 1 realtime AV program should be enabled. I am not familiar with the BitDefender product line [/edit]
     
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