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First of all you need a really good antivirus not to see these kind of problems again. In computer world we are sharing lots of things and also you have lots of valuable at least for you valuable things in your computer. The best solution is using a good antivirus:
See http://www.avast.com for free
or use: http://www.kaspersky.com/ Coming to this situation: the best solution after an attack is always formatting your operating system. But if you don't want to deal with this try:
1)Again reset the time more before like a month.
2)Scan with different antiviruses. You can use hijackthis also : http://free.antivirus.com/hijackthis/
3)After doing these try reapairing or uninstall-install again wmp.
Double-click the Family Protection icon in your taskbar.
Login to Family Protection using your Administrator credentials.
Click Get Uninstall Code. Make a note of this code.
NOTE: The uninstall code will expire at midnight.
Close all programs and disconnect your computer from the
internet (you can do this by turning off your DSL or Cable modem, or
unplugging your network cable from the back of your computer).
Click Start, Programs, McAfee Family Protection, and select Uninstall Family Protection. In Windows Vista, click the Windows button, select All Programs, select McAfee Family Protection, and select Uninstall Family Protection. If prompted, click Allow.
ok it should be automatic unless your behind a fire wall or you virus protection is stopping it, so I will assume your not behind a firewall (if you are you need permissin from administrator) so turn off you antivirus software goto http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/?promoid=BUIGP
in right hand corner it has flash, reader & shockwave select what you want of take all there free downloads. after clicking on it another screen appears asking for approval after that follow the steps. But if your not getting any action I say it is your virus protection turn it off then when dont turn back on
The following alerts may appear when trying to download purchased content from the iTunes Store:
"There was an error downloading your purchased music. An unknown error occurred (-50)."
This can happen when the connection timeout occurs while downloading
purchased content from the iTunes Store. Certain types of software may
also affect the way a computer sends and receives information from the
internet. Here are a few examples of these types of software:
Virus Protection Software
try to disable them for a while when you download something from iTunes.
try to completely UNINSTALL your adobe reader program. Then reinstall it. If the problem persists, uninstall the program again (Adobe reader) and delete the Adobe Reader folder in your Program Files folder. Then reinstall.
Many time an antivirus program will prevent a download like macromedia from installing correctly. I suggest going to www.adobe.com amd downloading the newest version of flash player with your antivirus program turned off. Adobe is a trusted site that will not pass viruses or malware
It sounds like you may have recently updated your iTunes software. You may want to try uninstalling any current iTunes software and then install the newest version. Before you install you may want to turn off your firewall and disable your virus software (be sure to turn everything back on after the install). Anti virus programs and windows firewall can play havoc with software upgrades and downloads from the internet. Hope this helps!
This comes from a fake version of FlashPlayer that was released. I would recommend disconnecting from the Internet, uninstalling all copies of FlashPlayer from your system using add/remove programs then run AntiVirus do a complete restart of your system before doing anything else then run a full AV again just to double check then goto the Adobe site to download the proper version of Flash Player.
Fortunatly it's not a real Virus, it's a Fake Trojan! But I can understand it is really irritating. If this doesnt work please do let me know by commenting back on this site.