Can't open taskmgr; regedit; computer management!

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  1. jiminy1989

    jiminy1989 Registered Member

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    when i run taskmgr it flashing by quickly and appears in the taskbar, but when i mve the mouse near it, it disappears. when i try and run regedit, it opens and then disappears. when i right click on my computer and select manage, nothing seems to happen.

    here is my hijackthis log:

    ~Log removed. - Ron~

    Anybody know what the problem is at all, and how do I go about fixing it? If i have to delete anything or do anything with this log, could somebody tell me how to do it please, as i have never used one of these e.g. if i need to alter or delete something from it? Thanks in advance!
     
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  2. HURST

    HURST Registered Member

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    No HJT logs are allowed here at wilders.
    Check out here

    I would sugest you to perform a scan with Dr.Web CureIt and with SAS.
    Also ask for help analizing the HJT log on one of the sites metioned in the provided link.

    Good luck!
     
  3. Franklin

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    You may be better off posting your log over here after reading the guidelines.
     
  4. jiminy1989

    jiminy1989 Registered Member

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    my apologies, i was browsing google for a solution and i saw another thread here on this site with a hijackthis post. i didnt realised you had stopped this over here.

    thanks for the help!
     
  5. Franklin

    Franklin Registered Member

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    Pity Wilders doesn't do hijack log files as there are some fellas around here that could sort em with their eyes closed! :D
     
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