But I can send you a copy of my current WinXP Favorites folder, and that oughta keep you busy for a while. :wink: Glad I could help.ToeyMy System Then I have super anti spyware self extract folder and some REGSCRIP.REG files.So basically I really don't know how to submit this winqnjiw/exe file when I cannot find it. including two scanners.It's true that SMTP is needed to send outgoing e-mail, but this is the first time I've seen it listed separately as a service. From the View menu choose Arrange Icons by and then slide right to Modified. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/214647/am-i-infected-perflib-perfdata-file-in-temp-folder-cannot-be-deleted/
with different numbers at the end. No luck.I tried to delete the file using a command prompt/file location with explorer.exe closed. I was able to delete .tmp files but two files look similar from previous files and unable to delete them: Perflib_Perfdata_1c0 (file type: DAT) nhfwnjfl (file type: Application) I have also etc.Once I get the desktop system tweaked I will proceed to tweak the notebook system.
Note: The Temp folder should be open at this point. Extending wires and lost power [HomeImprovement] by woodruff2438. Thanks.xp101 Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Perflib_Perfdata_914 (file type: DAT) by Marianna Schmudlach / January 7, 2005 11:19 AM PST In reply to: RE: Still unable to delete It is much simpler.This link is good too: http://www.pchell.com/support/safemode.shtml It's no different than the Symantec link.
then it kept popping up with new exe files, CGOGHn.exe, DGFg18.exe, f5wvWc.exe. These things are user manageable. No luck.I tried using Norton AntiVirus to quarantine the file. http://agsci.psu.edu/it/how-to/empty-temp-folders-stopped-by-perflib-perfdata-or-perflog-files Could get you a HiJackThis log.
by Marianna Schmudlach / January 7, 2005 8:05 PM PST In reply to: Hijack log file Messenger Plus is an add-on. but I was mindful of Cnet's prohibition of posting HiJack This logs. Quote: However it appears Spider 1.16 does a good job of deleting Internet Explorer DAT files but a few are still left behind. I think most of the questions I have asked would have been answered in a FAQ thread.Do you recommend any books to read that would help me be a better WinXP
If you wish, the shortcut can be placed in exactly the same location that you are accustomed to looking, just by deleting the current System Information shortcut, and moving the shortcut The process has stopped at the offending file. Perflib_perfdata Virus Removal Actually, the DCOM error you were getting isn't because of those two services. It's a never-ending challenge.
Go forward with these steps to skip the files you are unable to delete. news Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - OK xp101... It tries to access the floppy drive when I boot up even when there is no disk in the drive. Press Shift + Delete on the keyboard to delete the remaining files.
Enable system restore. These are just temporary files, and the .dat file is really nothing but a record of websites that have been visited. This happens on any menu's submenu now.Do you know of a way to slow down menu popup's when the mouse cursor passes over them? have a peek at these guys Well ok these examples might not be to do with the registry (I don't know) but there are definite signs of my registry being infected.Ok folks sorry have gone off on
I imagine it's a massive list.I picked up a book today. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. C:\WINDOWS\temp\dfbd20b3-b0c5-4470-b454-1feee20ee01a.tmp scheduled to be deleted on reboot.Windows Temp folder emptied.Temp folders emptied.Explorer started successfullyOTMoveIt3 by OldTimer - Version 220.127.116.11 log created on 05162009_133548Files moved on Reboot...File C:\WINDOWS\temp\dfbd20b3-b0c5-4470-b454-1feee20ee01a.tmp not found!# version=4# OnlineScanner.ocx=18.104.22.1685#
Then browse to the C:\documents and settings\\User Name (repeat for all users)\local settings\temp folder and delete all files and folders in it. The opening step asks you to restart the computer first. However I did use Steve Gibson's DCOMbobulator to disable the DCOM threat. That's about the only way I know to keep Norton products from eating up memory and system resources.Your shutdown is definitely much improved.I didn't copy and paste the services list from
It is set a 375 which seems to be good for my wife and I. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - TopGun - that is correct by Marianna Schmudlach / January 7, 2005 1:22 PM PST In reply to: I was going to suggest Prefetching might seem like an excellent way to get programs loaded up faster, but the folder nearly always gets full of items not needed, and doesn't always accurately reflect program and http://bgmediaworld.com/am-i/am-i-infected-hijackthis-log-file-attached.php You can now attempt to remove any non-Log files with today's time stamp.
I use Startup Control Panel, from Mike Lin.There is a way to keep from using selective startup after removing entries with MSCONFIG, because I was forced to do that Go to Add/remove programs and remove: "Window Search" and *Win Tools* You will be given a security code to insert, do so And reboot when done. It still takes 41 seconds in total to boot up. Several functions may not work.
Then empty the recycle bin.Problem solved? She does alot of surfing and has come across a few web pages that have been infected. I edited the registry to shut down services in 2 seconds and I disabled the shutdown wav file.