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Can't scan with gmer anti rootkit.

Can't scan with gmer. Should I click OK to GMER found system modification from rootkit activity to scan? Windows Home XP SP3

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  • wsnding Jul 21, 2010

    Thanks. I ran Malwarebytes 1.46 version 3444 before trying to scan with Gmer. It quarantined 27 infections and deleted them, including 5 Registry Key infections and 1 Registry Data infection.

  • wsnding Jul 21, 2010

    Thanks. I ran Malwarebytes 1.46 version 3444 before trying to scan with Gmer. It quarantined 27 infections and deleted them, including 5 Registry Key infections and 1 Registry Data infection.

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GMER is only utility for removing root-kits only.

Why not try Malwarebytes Anti-Malware here, remove all malwares

or

IObit Security 360 here, remove all malwares

Both are good free programs.

Posted on Jul 21, 2010

  • yaoyang Jul 21, 2010

    Glad to know you appreciate the help for FIXYA.

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As you may be able to tell, a rootkit installed on a computer is very dangerous. You must use applications that specifically identify, locate and help remove them when found. Traditional anti-virus and anti-malware programs do not do this.

If you suspect a rootkit is running on your computer, google "rootkit" and look for links to programs that will detect and remove them. Most are free. Follow the directions and you should be able to remove it without losing any data on your computer.

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There could be hard disk errors that need to be fixed, or there could be files in your OS that are missing. First you should login to an account that has administrator privileges and go to Start, select Run and in the Run window type CMD and then hit enter to bring up your command prompt. If you're using Vista or Windows 7, go to the Start Orb and type CMD into the search bar, then right+click CMD and pick "Run as Administrator." Now, in the command prompt, type SFC /SCANNOW and hit enter. If you're missing any files you will be prompted to insert your Windows disc, it is quite possible that you don't have one, but the main reason you're doing this is to see if you're missing OS files because if you are then that will immediately explain the blue screens and freezes because parts of your Operating System are gone. Anyway, it will prompt you for a specific disc, if you don't have it and you don't know anyone who has it then you can't complete the scan, so stop/cancel it and run it again when you get the CD. For now though, let's work with what we have. We want to see if your harddrive is damaged. In command prompt type CHKDSK /R this will scan your harddrive for errors and repair them on the next reboot (this scan will take at least 40min). After all of that, you should run a PC/Registry optimizer such as Glary Utilities http://www.glaryutilities.com/ (I prefer this one because it's free and simple to use. Tell it to scan after you install it and then tell it to repair the issues it finds.
Scanning with an anti-malware program, an anti-rootkit program, and an anti-spyware program certainly won't hurt anything. The 3 free programs I use are

http://www.malwarebytes.org/ -- Anti-Malware
http://www.sophos.com/products/free-tools/sophos-anti-rootkit.html -- Anti-Rootkit
http://www.superantispyware.com/ -- Anti-spyware
If you don't have any antivirus program installed, Avast! http://www.avast.com/lp-upgrade-4-5-free# Is a great one, but it does not work well at all with other anti-virus programs, so don't install it if you have another anti-virus program (such as Norton Antivirus, Panda Anti-virus) running.

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but before you do just the beginning here do a disk clean up check all boxes & a basic defrag first ok.
1. then get rid of all your current PC utilities you are using all spyW, addW, malW, programs ok go to your (control panel) and into (add and remove programs) and uninstall those programs all of them and if you are using avast for your security uninstall that too. basically get rid of uninstall all utility and security programs ok.

2. and then here is what ya do. go to (download.com) and first do search for (free AVG) download it, install it, update it,

- next search for (free Ccleaner) download it, install it, open and run it make sure that you go to the regsistry part on the icon uncheck all of it dont run that ok.

- 2 tabs at top (windows and applications) run a scan in both.

3. next same place downloading from search for (super anti spyware free ed.) download it, install it update it, run it.

4. the last good program is (ausdefrag) same place and same method then run it.

this will clear up all your problems you've been having with security and viruses : note is best to buy full version of AVG for best security. and check out my tips are helpful to average users.

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Gmer is frozen after I download. Should I click the start link on the top left hand corner? I'/m a newbie to Gmer.


Probably the file is corrupted or infected. It is just a free root-kit detector & remover program.

If your PC is infected read this link at FIXYA.

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Hello,first try to find the driver from device manager(right click to my computer,properties,hardware,device manager).Once you have open the device manager press on View and check Show hidden devices,your driver(virus) is on non plug and play drivers and with right click you can unistall it.But if is a root kid and a tought one it should have another file in your system to recreate it!So clean your windows temp files and internet temporary internet files(you can with a application or just right click to your disk,properties and click disk clenup).If you still can fix it
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Hello

I had the same problem, so i downloaded GMER(just google it).
It is 100% free and it works. Just install and scan.

Best regards

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Here is what I would do.

First I would start off by downloading the free trial of ESET NOD32 Anti-Virus. Afterward I would scan my system (In-Depth Scan) with the free trial of NOD32 (It doesn't use a lot of system resources). Next I would download the free version of Ad-Aware 2008. After the anti-virus scan finished I would scan my system with Ad-Aware (Full Scan). Next I would download and install Spybot Search & Destroy. After Ad-Aware finishes scanning I would start a scan with Spybot. Next I would download and install AVG Anti-Rootkit Free. After Spybot finishes scanning I would run an in-depth search on all hard-drives with the use of AVG Anti-Rootkit Free.

If that doesn't whack it, fighting this thing might not be worth it. Reinstall the windows operating system after you back up any files which you absolutely HAVE to keep.

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I am glad i am the first person to see this. Rootkits infect some vital processes. I had one once, but i got rid of it.

Try this. Its free, and it works.

http://www.softpedia.com/get/Antivirus/AVG-Anti-Rootkit.shtml

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