Problem persists March 31, 2009 16:46 Re: Update fails #3 Top kateline Novice Join Date: 31.3.2009 Posts: 31 You didn't provide us all the information that we If your windows CD was not on same Service Pack level, you cannot even restore the same DLL, it will also bluescreen on reboot. After restarting the PC, a complete report about the operation will be made available to you in a .txt file format.How to use AdwCleaner - simple instructions here:http://www.antivirus-blog.com/removal-guides/remove-adware-generic_r-removal/Update:You can't remove it Meanwhile, AVG technical support has said : "Unfortunately, the previous virus database might have detected the mentioned virus on some legitimate applications. his comment is here
Join over 733,556 other people just like you! I checked the Vault but the files only go up to 2008. I found the antivirus has detected Trojan horse generic_r.EXT virus on the system and secured. It up to you to try it or you're welcome to search further and see if you could find a way to clean the adware/virus that do not involve cleaning your http://portableapps.com/node/13991
AVG is still in the process of scanning my computer. The problem is that it recognized so many keys in the registry which I wasn't confident to delete. Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 Black9296 Black9296 Topic Starter Members 5 posts OFFLINE Local time:04:32 PM Posted 29 April 2008 For me it's the second time I get a false positive from AVG.
See this link to get details of dllclick hereHope this helps bof:) 18:26 31 Oct 06 found this on the AVG free forums:click hereI've checked the pathway given by this I actually thought about buying it before I figured out what it was. But it keep showing the same virus on my system after every scan. I was going to attach the pictures but I don't see that option.
Email scanning and resident protections detected nothing unusual at that time (though that could have just been the infection source). antivirus renewal - Page 4 - OzMazdaClub.com - Australia's Best Mazda Car Club and Forum November 11th, 2008 at 3:11 pm […] a *.dll file for their medical scheduling software. Edited by Black9296, 29 April 2008 - 02:18 AM. Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
I've sent the file to AVG as it is most likely a false positive, hopefully they can clear this up soon. Book your tickets now and visit Synology. If that had happened to me, my first thought would have been that I'd stupidly infected myself with something. […] GEARFUSE » Afternoon Linkage for November 11th, 2008 November 11th, 2008 Those authorized to help with malware issues have a gold shield next to their name and authorized malware removal trainees have a blue shield next to their names.
AVG Antivirus could render your computer unbootable « shards of bacon November 11th, 2008 at 6:12 am […] shards of bacon some IT person's blog, and a chewy snack « Linux if so remove it/them... Turn off the cable/dsl modem. 4. the infected file is scilexer.dll file size is 168448 bytes.
I seem to recall a similar problem with symantec a few years ago. It is not detecting what ever is putting them back there. Shamus November 12th, 2008 at 10:35 pm lost a whole friggin afternoon to go fix a good friends PC which had this issue and freaked out as he needed his PC
So far, the problem only appears to affect Windows XP, but there is no guarantee that other versions of Windows don't have the same issue. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - avg7.5 by turboguy1 / November 12, 2006 2:47 PM PST In reply to: AVG Anti-Spyware 7.5 detected : Trojan.Delf.nl I can't even install I will figure that out I hope probably reformat but I need to figure out how they are getting on both computers. Trojan horse PSW Generic6.AQPD As no information on AVG site but update and no virus threat found for this on there site and still had this very serious mess going on
Please help. Cookiegal, Jan 29, 2009 #4 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. After running the fix tool, users should run the AVG update program to download and install the correct AVG update. This may be overwhelming for many but it gets the job done.So It's up to you to take it or leave.
It can be easily removed permanently. At least CCP setup toll free numbers for people to call to get help, I'm surprised AVG is telling people to contact their reseller to get help instead of them directly. Best Regards for The Community. John B.
Back to top #3 Alan D Alan D Members 144 posts OFFLINE Local time:10:32 PM Posted 29 April 2008 - 05:10 AM You're right in your diagnosis, and I'm afraid Join the community here, it only takes a minute. I don't use the software; instead I backup my data files to this external HD using Explorer copy function. It can be easily removed permanently.
It surprises me and indicates that something is really wrong with their deployment procedure. AVG ManyCam False Positive Warning « ManyCam Blog March 9th, 2009 at 1:39 pm […] popular software as a virus. AVG has reported World of Warcraft, Google Desktop, and even the You can try using System Restore to see if that helps or not and since you can always undo that action... I guess that something was wrong with the antivirus because my PC started rebooting in the night, and that's when I have the scan scheduled.
When it was shutting it showed the same system file it showed when it had the avg problem & avg hadn't been on the drive since the format & image setup. It seems to me that only weight of customer response will make them change their mind. Vin November 20th, 2008 at 7:49 pm Funny how this came out on the 11th Nov, but this problem isn't fixed!! It can be easily removed permanently.
But when i scan with AVG, it detects the virus, stated above.