It has been a while since I have reformatted. When I open taskmanager, the top menu bar is gone and the only way to close taskmanager is to manually close it by right clicking the icon on the bottom left of the screen.
In addition, my sound icon is no longer showing up on the bottom application toolbar and will not show up even when I adjust the sound settings in control panels. This seems like the sound of a virus. What would you recommend? i do? I have tried using spybot, avg, and adaware. Is a reformat necessary?
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1.This is windows explorer.exe problem
when u r logon press Ctrl+Alt+Delete
taskmanager is open click applications > new task .write explorer.exe then click ok
show ur desktop icon
2. This is windows explorer.exe problem
when u r logon press Ctrl+Alt+Delete
taskmanager is open click new . browse click desktop and right click my computer click manage local user and groups then right hand side right click user and create new user account then restart ur system
1. DL and install Smart Virus Remover (SVR) (freeware)
2. Update your Anti Virus to latest virus signature (NOD32 recommended)
3. Disconnect your internet connection
3. run Restore Default System Settings option on SVR
4. open taskmanager
6. terminate FUvirus.exe process
7. then delete asap system32 the FUvirus so it wont come back
8. then open MSCONFIG and uncheck FUvirus on startup programs,
9. restart your system.
Here are versions of a removal tool: XP - http://www.scanforfree.com/download/hijack.taskmanager-remover.php Vista - http://orderpage.paretologic.revenuewire.net/plav/download
And some knowledge about the virus:
Hijack.taskmanager is a malware hijacker generally installed on the system through corrupt video and media codec shareware and file-sharing p2p programs, e-mail attachments or via **** adult websites. Hijack.taskmanager can create random malvare records in system32 registry and overwhelm the desktop with **** popups and phony warning messages to threaten users to scan their pc. Hijack.taskmanager rojans can gather credit card, passwords and other sensitivel information and infect your Computer with additional malware.
-first download taskiller in http://www.rsdsoft.com/task_killer/index.php4 and install it to your computer because you cant use taskmanager to terminate the virus(the virus automatically close taskmanager).
theres a couple of things you can try....1st restart pc to "safe mode" and try to physically remove the virus from the file its located, then if fails try use "prevx 2.0 (its a free download trial version) and see if it will remove it, if that fails try; http://vil.nai.com/vil/stinger/ its a free virus remover from McAfee, if that fails then do a system restore to a point before the virus was found, if that fails format hard drive and reinstall windows.