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About R3d33m3R3d33m3rr

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  1. So this is a new one for me. I cannot use the search function in the Windows explorer bar without it crashing out before the search completes. Here is the eventviewer log: Faulting application name: Explorer.EXE, version: 6.3.9600.17667, time stamp: 0x54c6f7c2 Faulting module name: mfmp4srcsnk.dll, version: 12.0.9600.17415, time stamp: 0x54503c43 Exception code: 0xc0000094 Fault offset: 0x00000000000aae7f Faulting process id: 0x1ce0 Faulting application start time: 0x01d2de4593cae5e0 Faulting application path: C:\Windows\Explorer.EXE Faulting module path: C:\Windows\Sys
  2. Hi Screen, You wont believe what happened. I forget what caused it but something told me to try and install some of those programs again. Only this time, I remembered... I have Comodo Firewall installed and set to almost the maximum security setting. \:| I actually facedesk'd. I installed GIMP, Hamachi, AIM, and a few other programs after disabling the firewall. Also, I was having another problem playing a game in MP that came out but FORGOT about the STUPID firewall. Problem is I got rid of the tray icon and BAM. out of sight, out of mind. I sometimes get the msi installer popping up from tim
  3. Nope, this has always been my profile and should have all privileges as an admin. I have never had issues installing anything in the past.
  4. Went into safe mode and did the following: Installed AIM, GIMP and Spywareblaster. Hamachi uses .msi so it said that when the computer is in Safe mode windows installer is disabled. However, I was unable to install Aim, GIMP and spyware blaster before since I would get the above errors. Thoughts?
  5. Hi, I tried again and keep getting the below error when I try the hotfix: http://img819.imageshack.us/img819/4011/unled1iku.jpg Also, anytime I try to install or remove something it is VERY faulty. The below message has occurred in one way/shape/form when i tried installing AIM, Spywareblaster, GIMP, Yahoo messenger and a few other basic programs: http://img685.imageshack.us/img685/5486/unled1ym.jpg Is there a more drastic option? It seems like anything touching the Msi installer gets ruined . Will a Windows repair fix this? http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=61918 I am in a
  6. Followed the instructions to the T. I did the fix.reg and it told me that it was adding something to the the registry.. I think it meant the command so that should be fine for now. I downloaded the hotfix and tried it. It ran very quickly however I got this popup at the end (I dont know if it finished since it went fast). http://img819.imageshack.us/img819/4011/unled1iku.jpg Downloaded AIM as a test and it installed. I also uninstalled hamachi and it looked like it still worked. I checked the event viewer and see these: What do you think?
  7. Here are the fun and new pains in my ass: (taken from the event viewer descriptions) wth is going on with this machine???? please help?
  8. Here is the info: also, bad news. I can no longer install ANYTHING. i had a new vid card driver I tried to update and now am getting the following message anytime i install: The Windows installer service cannot be accessed. This can occur if the windows installer is not correctly installed. Contact your support personnel for assistance. help?
  9. Here is a screenshot of the event viewer: http://imageshack.us/f/690/eventviewermsi.jpg/ Here is what all of the MSIinstaller events say:
  10. Sorry for jumping the gun . Attached is the new combo fix log and DDS logs. Thanks again! ComboFix.txt dds.txt attach.txt
  11. Hi, So I tried to initiate a on Eset Scanner but it tells be it cant download the database due to proxy settings. I don't know that much about networking and am very hesitant of messing with that stuff. Is there an alternative? I tried security check It gets to "preparing" and then gets the following error: AutoIt error Line-1: Error: Variable must be of type "Object" . I don't think applications are hanging anymore. Did combofix remove something? Thanks for your help thus far. I guess if you think everything is fine, I should be in the clear but the only thing that is annoying left is i keep
  12. Done and done. Just an fyi, I needed to add ".exe" to the end of "sega.com". When i tried it otherwise, it said it couldnt find the path. Scan went fine in safe mode. "%userprofile%\desktop\sega.com.exe" /killall /nombr Attached is the log. Also, on a side note. I know some commands "Run commands" back from my early computer days, Apple II's and other fun stuff (5" floppy's FTW!!!!). Could you explain what /killall and /nombr do? Or, could you point me in the direction of an FAQ so I could learn them on a command line as well? More knowledge couldn't hurt . Many thanks and I hope the hurrican
  13. Hi Screen317, Please see below for the MBAM log and DDS/attach log. Just a note. I had A LOT of trouble trying to get combofix to work. The first two times it stalled out for 20 minutes and I rebooted. The third time it created duplicate windows and stalled again. The 4th time it worked and i got the below errors as it was running: http://imageshack.us/f/402/unled1hqi.jpg/ http://imageshack.us/f/692/unled2arpc.jpg/ (^ God i hate adobe) Also, at the high 30's early 40's there was a line break saying the following: "Writing 'bootexample' with data 'autocheck autochk*' failed. Also, after the re
  14. Alright, so I have been very diligent in keeping my PC clean. Mbam, HJT, Comodo, CC cleaner.. THE WORKS. For some reason about a month or two ago, my computer has been hanging on after starting up and sometimes I would get an error message mentioning a DLL that couldn't load. I figured my PC took a dump.. w/e. now here is the deal, i am getting sick and tired of this crap. applications wont load sometimes or the computer will hang endlessly. im talking opening a window, nothing happening. i try another application and it doesnt do anything. i can keep opening things but nothing happens. could
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