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Scan your computer with updated trojan remover and try to check that it will resolve your issue
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
My advice to you is to format your hard drive and start from scratch. Takes too much time to identify and remove that many viruses. Much quicker to format the HDD.
Use a good antivirus program like avast or similar.
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