Question about Dell Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
You have to remove these to get rid of this Rootkit.
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You must be able to see Hidden Files and Folders. Follow the steps...
You must clean your Browser Cache using Internet Options. Each and every browser has a place to clear the Cache. As an example "Google Chrome has it under Options -> Under the Hood -> Clear Browsing Data. Its better if you can disable Local Caching.
I recommend to do this in Safemode. Use F8 after restarting the machine. The select Safemode. Note: You may or may not find Processes associated with this RK however because they will not be loaded. If so you can use msconfig to locate "Startup" programs.
After everything done, flush your DNS. Get a Command Prompt (Start -> Run -> Type cmd.exe and hit Enter) Type this command and hit Enter. ipconfig/ flushdns
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Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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