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That's why people are complaining. Hackers can then pick'n'choose from a complete list of programs - some with known exploits. I have tried recycling the router and attaching it directly to the laptop - no difference. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

Back to top #47 danbradster danbradster Newbie Members 1 posts Posted 19 December 2014 - 07:50 PM I'm infected and in North Eastern Thailand. I also have a TP-link TD854W router which will not let me update the primary and secondary DNS addresses as described earlier in this thread. When you first describe this to people who haven't worked with Vista the reaction is the same as yours. We don't yet know exactly how to do this, but we're working on it… Arelowo ·August 19th, 2007·5:27 pm·Permalink you can change the read only flag by using the attrib http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/349383/hijackthis-log-for-laptop-unsure-of-virusmalware-name/

That's really laughable. I will be reinstalling XP tomorrow, i shouldnt have to deal with this. If you want to write to *your* directory on *your* computer, then logon as *you*.

Back to top #57 CeciliaB CeciliaB Volunteer Moderator 9684 posts Posted 22 December 2014 - 04:39 PM Thank you.You're welcome Back to top #58 TSmith in Bkk TSmith in Bkk Member By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. I vow, I will never run another Microsoft operating system on a machine I own. That's really laughable.

This is really frusterating. Steve Beaumont ·September 11th, 2008·5:45 pm·Permalink Well people I have solved my problem and nothing here or any other of the many sites gave me the solution - I have solved Not to mention turning on their firewall. It was just an experiment.

Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. We've got the exact same issue with our Anti-virus solution! If your bank can give you their IP address instead of the web address, you can enter the IP address in the browser and then the bad DNS server wouldn't be So I am afraid of doing Internet banking etc...

Although we support Windows Vista, only a small percentage of our customers use it. https://www.sitepoint.com/community/t/well-im-stumped-cant-get-to-the-internet-after-virus-attack/61746 those of you using ati and amd should check that if you are having any problems. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. Once the scan is complete, you may receive another notice about rootkit activity.

Can ping and do tracert all day long but nada via a browser. http://magicnewspaper.com/hijackthis-log/hijackthis-log-for-laptop-with-a-catalogue-of-problems.html dc_dalton 2010-07-14 13:49:14 UTC #2 Well I finally got it cleaned up, ran 4 different spyware / malware programs to finally get it all cleaned out. wish i had better news, but xp pro 64 runs almost as fast as vista at this point, and enough dx10 to make the ati/amd chipset fire accordingly. And at this time I don't.

In my case, then I wont have to watch different porn-cartoons popup, or have tabs with porn-sites continuous load in my browser, and so wont my three sons (8, 8 and And unfortunately that makes it even more annoying… Craig ·November 5th, 2007·9:55 pm·Permalink I do that thing that david said. If you have an existing case, attach the log as a reply to the engineer who handles it. Anubis ·September 1st, 2008·9:59 am·Permalink Yeah… welcome to the club Ivan 😉 Anubis ·September 1st, 2008·1:00 pm·Permalink OK, currently got my first temporary solution.

gary ·August 24th, 2008·8:26 pm·Permalink I was having the same problem which is how I found this site. But from the preliminaries I've heard, don't expect this issue to be resolved… Lucas ·February 9th, 2008·4:35 pm·Permalink I believe I caused the read-only issue by enabling/disabling UAC a few Just wanted to share the thought of "repairing the o/s" before "formatting ".

Vista has limited the registry keys and directories that can be accessed by a program whilst being installed or by a user.

Really? And it's not very pretty for the user, but at least it consistently works. download cwshredder and run it. I hope this helps.

Turning off UAC seemed to solve the problem, but if it isn't solving it for some other people, here are some other things to try: -You may not have permissions on When you install it for the user anything that needs modifying should go into the users documents and settings folder." I have an application which is trying to write to the Unfortunately I don't know if it ever will… Steph ·February 4th, 2008·9:52 pm·Permalink Hi Rlong, That's our solution for our computers. If your location now is different from your real support region, you may manually re-select support region in the upper right corner or click here.

But I do appreciate the windows hardware support. Thus it is wise to use at least 2-3 anti-spyware tools and at least 1 good antivirus tool for each computer. Steph ·November 9th, 2007·6:10 pm·Permalink Hi Andrew, Looks like you're hitting the exact same thing too. It's very prevalent.

Ivan ·September 1st, 2008·9:55 am·Permalink First thing I did with my new notebook - turning off UAC. I understand what you're saying, and that's the issue. I'm currently using diskpart and my script to make it writable and it's working. You are viewing our forum as a guest.

Seriously this is unbelievable that UAC can prevent you from writing to the folder which is created by default for a user to write to. I can not install Oracle 10.1 because of the damn read only. I believe it will lead to some really weird and ugly hacks to work around the UAC issues.