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Hai irish Dear, A miracle happend i used to scan on the site which u had given daily..,til yesterday my pc was like that..,(homepage pblm)daily the webscan is finding some adwares,n i am deliting it...... But today when i restarted my pc..,every thing is ok except one.... the home page had dissaperied,display is not turning blue,every thing is smooth.....and my pc is good...now..,but.. when ever i restart or start my pc- I found that somany black blank peges with haeding c:\programs\(admin name)-1\...Adobe\Rundtl.exe. It was being opening one by one I cant close that or open anyother application, I had restarted again and again but stil it comes? In between that it was showing that ntvdm.exe failed to installation. Then I gone>taskmaneger>application>endtask,but still it was opening one by one.., Then I gone>taskmaneger>process>clicked Rundtl.exe >end process. After that all the problems was solved for a while, But it still comes again when I restart my pc.., That file is a 1kb application located @c/disc>aplicationdata>adobe>rundtl. But when I delited that file from my pc with an external backup(for the file) This problem is not coming?, In my view it is a systemfile,so can if I am deliting it permenantly is there is any problem??? And when I open it I can only see a black blankpage with the heading which I said. And also my kaspersky trial version will end within six days aftr that what I will do?? I cant install any anti virus now as I am not the admin? So please give your valuable remedy for my problems .., With love, Jai.

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I think the best thing to do would be to reformat the HDD and reinstall the OS. If you have the bootable OS CD, then I can show you how to overcome the need for admin password:
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