Trojan DelSys killed my pc. Please help.

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  1. JESUS is LORD

    JESUS is LORD Registered Member

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    What to do now? o_O



    Thank you so much.
     
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  2. Tommy

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    I suppose you mean 'Trojan.BAT.DelSys '. Most AV programs detect this nasty and dangerous Trojaner.

    So killed, meaning data lossed, or you can still boot and access windows? If so kill the following processes
    -537363911.exe
    Remove the following files
    -537363911.exe, trojan.bat.delsys.g.vir.
    After that a full scan with your AntiTrojan/AntiVirus program in Safe Mode.

    If data is lossed, than chances to recover them are bad. Give SpinRite a try if you have it, or each other Undelete program which you have on a bootable cd.
     
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    JESUS is LORD Registered Member

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    Tommy,
    Thanks so much for your input.

    the pc fails to boot up.
    and I have no bootable disk either.

    DelSys.bb was what was shown
    to be found, but the programs I had couldn't stop it.

    what kind of people make up these trojans? and why?
    I can't imagine their way of thinking.
    I feel sorry for them. I really do.

    Thanks again for your help
     
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    Sorry to hear about your problem. Since you don't have a bootable disk, you may need to either get the hard drive examined by a tech support person (Circuit City is offering free cleaning and scanning of PCs now) or boot using a CD from another source (as long as the boot sectors of the hard drive has not been damaged).

    Here are a few links regarding the trojan. Good luck.

    http://www3.ca.com/securityadvisor/pest/pest.aspx?id=23772

    http://forums.majorgeeks.com/archive/index.php/t-27523.html

    http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showthread.php?p=304861
     
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