Task Manager and regedit not working

By Thatone
Aug 10, 2008
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  1. egydarceyes

    egydarceyes Newcomer, in training

    For some odd reason, I have to have 5 posts or greater to post pictures....
  2. egydarceyes

    egydarceyes Newcomer, in training

  3. egydarceyes

    egydarceyes Newcomer, in training

    Post number Four
  4. egydarceyes

    egydarceyes Newcomer, in training

    Post number 5
  5. egydarceyes

    egydarceyes Newcomer, in training

    and here are the pics.

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  6. Bobbye

    Bobbye Helper on the Fringe Posts: 16,392   +32

    And after all[ that I'm going to suggest you start your won thread! Go to the Security Forum, read and follow:

    New malware cleaning instructions from TechSpot: http://www.techspot.com/vb/post645589-1.html

    then attach the logs. You will be helped. Camping on a thread that already has 50 posts helping someone clean out their specific problem is not in your best interest. Each malware cleaning is specific to the entries found in a users logs and the problem "that" user is having.

    And running up 5 posts to display an image is not appreciated.
  7. egydarceyes

    egydarceyes Newcomer, in training

    So here are a couple of questions, I'm trying to analyze this behavior as well. It's so odd.

    I have tried the cmd prompt and it's working, I have tried the msconfig and also working.
    I tired the regedit through run and that one told me that the it's been turned off by the administrator. It looks like it's a hit and miss situation.
    Sometimes works, sometimes it doesn't.

    I'm currently doing a Malwarebytes scan, and I'll post my results when done.

    Also, you guys think that updating to SP3 will be a problem? while trying to fix this issue?

    Thanks
  8. egydarceyes

    egydarceyes Newcomer, in training



    Figured I'd get an angry post like that, my apologies man.
  9. Thatone

    Thatone Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 19

    Thanks to all that have helped me out here :grinthumb
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