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  1. While following a guide on how to remove the smartservice virus; i could not boot into windows recovery environment to complete the removal process. I used these guides: I have scanned with Malwarebytes, Adwcleaner, and Farbarx64. after scanning I cannot enter windows recovery environment/ advanced startup options through the windows 10 settings, shift+restart, or from the command prompt. here are my scan results: malwarebytes_3.5.1_scanreport.txt malwarebytes_adwcleaner_report.txt FRST.txt Addition.txt
  2. Have a nearly identical problem to the one in the linked topic above. Was installing DVD editor/menu creation tool that supposedly worked with a legitimate editing tool. Can post link to the site that sold the malware alongside the legitmate tool if you think it'd help to educate people moving forward. Not sure if you have a running list of programs/sites to not download stuff from. Anyway some of the specific file and folder names are different but the obviously fake TOSHIBA CORPORATION ownership, and weird names (Print driver host, Windows Process Manager, etc.) were the same. Was able
  3. Hello I seem to have an infection on my windows 8.1 with at least a ((Rootkit.Smartservice)) and a (Trojan). I'd appreciate your help. Multi (Windows Process Manager) tasks used to appear in Task Manager, but not anymore after I changed their permissions. However, everytime I start my Windows I find in Task Manger a process called (msdpguvsrv.exe), sometimes being the first task for CPU and Disk. It is Located in C:\windows/Temp, I managed to stop it with a program but it won't get deleted or quarantined. I also find in C:\windows/Temp, a folder called (msidntfs), wi
  4. Hello, I seem to have caught the same virus/malware as member: Yellowdot. Luckily, his issue was resolved. I downloaded FRST.exe. Ran it in recovery environment and have attached the files generated after the initial Scan. I made sure to download FRST.exe to a flash drive on a clean PC, not from the infected one. and I waited until Recovery Environment was open before plugging in the flash drive to the infected PC. I think I need a fixlist.txt. I'd really appreciate some help. Addition.txt FRST.txt
  5. Hello, I've been infected with the smartservice thing like a lot of others I've seen lately. Particularly the igfxmtc one. I've already followed the first steps from the What to do If You're Infected page and have run the FRST. I've been putting off posting here for a while, so I'm a bit worried that it's been on my system for far too long. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  6. I believe I have a smartservice infection because of: - Multiple processes of "Windows Process Manager" on Task Manager making CPU very high - EXE files that I can't delete even as an administrator, tried cmd prompt and everything Any help would be appreciated Addition.txt FRST.txt malwarebytes.txt
  7. For the past 2 weeks I've been looking for help on removing this virus that I've obtained due to my stupidity. What this virus does is that an exe that has different names after resetting my computer every time will appear in task manager and in the system32 folder, at the moment, it's called wdesziusvc.exe; when i hover my cursor over it it, it says TOSHIBA CORPORATION. After that appears, I won't be able to make restore points, download certain anti-viruses, and go into a recovery environment the normal way (I'd have to tap Shift + F8 upon start up). if wdesziusvc has internet access, it'll
  8. i have the same virus and issues ive tried everything in all the threads and i cant get rid of it their is another one for me to and i cant get rid of it either my avast picks up one called serxovp
  9. Hey all, got infected by several rootkits/smartservice. browsed around the forums and came to this So i downloaded farbar and did a scan and got my logs attached. could someone make me a fix file. and just a fyi, ran mb rootkit removal, and all the other removal programs. dont do anything and this virus blocks me from opening any antivirus. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  10. I've been trying every anti-malware scanner I can find to get rid of this but it's been super pesky and resilient. Not being detected by any current scans (used MBAR, ESet, JRT, etc) Upon boot I have a rekobdt.exe hogging CPU resources. It originates from this folder which is inaccessible C:\Users\SAM\AppData\Local\pwabnml C:\Users\SAM\AppData\Local\pwdrauc I can pinpoint an exact date that these folders downloaded to my computer- 11/1/17 -11/2/17 Addition.txt FRST.txt
  11. Hi guys, I've spend a couple days trying to fix this myself from looking at other people's solutions and I haven't been able to get anywhere. The issue is this: When I try to run most executable files, I get a message saying "The Requested Resource is in use", and I can't run it. Other system functions are also not working, such as being able to factory reset my computer (windows 10 cmd line: systemreset -factoryreset //receives an error message), or being able to do the windows 10 "fresh start" which keeps your files but re-installs the OS. I downloaded malwarebytes and the mwb-rootkit
  12. I can't open most anti-virus software, and those that open either require money cleanup or don't solve the rootkit issue. The worst part of the infection is that I can't use my physical keyboard. I am willing to try any method. I installed FRST at the start of the infection. Here is my scan log: FRST.txt EDIT: Additional scan information. Addition.txt
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