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Postby RIP! » Sat Jan 11, 2003 9:11 pm

John ... can u IM me??? I use just about everything out there, lol ... let me know.
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Postby kanaloa » Sat Jan 11, 2003 9:13 pm

RIP what is your AIM name again? I've got messenger disabled on this PC (the family one that I gave them) so I'll have to use AIM.
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Postby RIP! » Sat Jan 11, 2003 9:15 pm

MaddRIP if that don't work try Madd RIP. I don't type it so I forget it ... lol
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Postby *Starz* » Sat Jan 11, 2003 9:37 pm

Just for the record...here's my scan John...it did find open ports which have not shown up at 3 sites that I have used to scan in the past...hmmm interesting...always show up as in Full Stealth Mode...for the obvious reasons...I have left out the port numbers.

Anti-Trojan Report
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Total analysis
The total analysis shows an overview of the trojan search.

Anti-Trojan Version 5.5.407
Trojan search Begin of search: 1/11/2003 2:36:08 PM - End of search: 1/11/2003 2:57:20 PM

Portscan: (found known ports)

Registry-Scan:
Drive-Scan:

Number of scanned files: 24826
Number of found trojan files: 0


Congratulations! No trojans have been found in your system.

[color=blue]Portscan:
The portscan shows open ports on your computer. An open port doesn't mean, also if there stands "possible trojan", that there must be an trojan on your PC.

All open ports on your system:

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Anti-Trojan 5 Searchreport generated on: 1/11/2003 2:57:33 PM
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Postby kanaloa » Sat Jan 11, 2003 10:02 pm

This is weird... I was able to open IE by clicking on one of my bookmarks, but not open IE by clicking the IE file itself.

I can't figure this out...
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Postby SCgone » Sat Jan 11, 2003 10:21 pm

John, I've got a registry fix for "exe" associations that may or may not fix that. I can email it to you if you want. Then you would just click on it with explorer.
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Postby SCgone » Sat Jan 11, 2003 10:24 pm

The other thing you can do is with the XP CD in the CD-ROM drive, go to a Command Prompt and type.
SFC /SCANNOW
It sounds as it some of your system files are missing or corrupted. That
should replace them in original form. If that does not work, the next thing
which I would try is a Repair Re-install: boot from XP CD; do NOT enter the
Recovery Console; tell it you wish to do a new install; proceed through the
screens until you are offered an option, "Repair an existing
installation...."; select that; your present settings and programs will be
preserved (unless your problem is a thoroughly messed up registry.
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Postby kanaloa » Sat Jan 11, 2003 11:05 pm

Thanks Bob. That's what I'm going to try right now.

If that fails... a New install of XP will be my next choice.
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Postby Mac33 » Sat Jan 11, 2003 11:13 pm

The best of luck John...Were with you in spirit. :huzzah:
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Postby kanaloa » Sat Jan 11, 2003 11:47 pm

Looks like a No Go on the Repair either.

Gave me an error saying I was missing files from my system32 folder... and then it went on. I doubt it's going to work.

Apparantly I just need to fresh install.
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