My friend played his cd on my pc and Norton detected these two infected files but couldn't remove them.
I took out the cd and scanned the pc again and Norton didn't pick up anything. Does this mean the pc is still clean?
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Re: Trojan.Gampass and Trojan.Wimad
Yes your PC is still clean the reason why Norton could'nt remove the virusses is becuase it is on the cd and norton can't write to the cd but it did stop the viruses to spread to your PC.
Just another example why it so important to have a antivirus installed and to keep it up to date.
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Have you got an anti-virus program?
If you have did it remove this trojan virus?
If you have not an anti-virus program or the program cannot remove this trojan, then I recommend you format the hard drive and reinstall Windows, the laptop device drivers and your programs.
This is the only sure way to remove such a threat.
Although this is a drastic method, it is better to be sure you do not lose your money to crooks. After installing Windows, install a good quality anti-virus program and keep the virus definition files updated regularly.
Win32/GetCodec.A is a type of malware
that modifies media files. This Trojan converts all media files found
on a computer to the WMA format and adds a field to the header that
includes a URL pointing the user to a new codec, claiming that the
codec has to be downloaded so that the media files can be read.
WMA/TrojanDownloader.GetCodec.Gen is a downloader closely related to
Wimad.N which facilitates infection by GetCodec variants like
This is a tough virus to remove so I suggest removing it early on. It can cause alot of damage to your media files.
reboot in save mode...than scan.but before deactivate system recovery....The spyware are maybe there!
You can try UBCD ,,burn on disc and start computer from disc.Than scan with the antivirus on the cd.
do one thing if u have the cd for norton uninstall the norton and restart the system and go to www.gur.in
go in to the download section nd download some softwares/ removal tool in the same sequence which i am telling you and also use them the same way
1) malaware bytes
2) trojan remover
4) dial a fix
and scann the system with them and make sure u remove all the infections found in the scan and delete them using the same software which finds it
and than install the norton back again
To resolve this problem the easiest way are
1) User Trojan Remover http://www.simplysup.com/
--> Update the definition at the time of installation
---> Scan whole system
----> After successfully removal of trojan uninstall the Trojan Remover
2) Manual Methods
Requirement :- Linux Live CD
-> boot system with Linux Live Cd
--> Mount all drives
---> Locate infected DLL files and Trash them.
----> Restart system into Windows
I wouldn't try to install Norton on a machine I suspected had a virus (or at all really). There is a Norton removal tool on the Symantec website that might be useful, but you still need to get rid of the Trojan. There are a lot of free online virus scanners that should do the job. If you can go online in safe mode that would be best, or you could disable everything on startup using MSConfig.