Weird Windows Message. Infection?

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  1. loudsilence

    loudsilence Registered Member

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    My Vista notebook is getting a weird message at startup which prompted me to run Norton and malwarebytes scans. I didnt come up with anything so I took a screen shot of the message and posted my HJT log hoping someone can tell me what to do. Thanks in advance!

    Windows message I get after startup: http://tinypic.com/r/10zv8uf/3
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    My HijackThis log: ~snip~
     
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  2. JRViejo

    JRViejo Global Moderator

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    loudsilence, first, welcome to Wilders! As per this Wilders Policy, we can't provide assistance regarding HJT logs. You should post your log in any of the mentioned sites. Good luck!
     
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    loudsilence Registered Member

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    Oh...thanks for the welcome! Also, maybe folks can disregard the hjt log and just give me some feedback regarding that windows msg.
     
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    This thread will probably be closed real soon by a Moderator as per that Policy. You do need to immediately post that log in any of those sites because you do have something showing up in the Registry, that will require specific tools to defeat it and we can't do it here. Sorry!
     
  5. loudsilence

    loudsilence Registered Member

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    Gotcha! I'm heading to 1 of those sites now. Thanks.
     
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    loudsilence, you're welcome! Take care and best of luck!
     
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