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I've tried re-naming and running process explorer, remote process explorer, malwarebytes. This things seems to catch everything. The picture of the running program is different from the one shown here, I'm guessing updated.

Anyone know of anything really new that can help me kill this process? Thank you so much.

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I've tried re-naming and running process explorer, remote process explorer, malwarebytes. This things seems to catch everything. The picture of the running program is different from the one shown here, I'm guessing updated.

Anyone know of anything really new that can help me kill this process? Thank you so much.

rootrepeal won't run either, also re-named as well. ;)

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hmm... Now that I've thought about it I've removed the network cable from the infected computer. It was connected while it was infected for maybe an hour to my home network. Any danger there to the other computers?

I'm desperate here. I'm considering running to the store to buy another hard drive and a copy of Windows to install on it. Will I be able to get data/picture/etc from my old hard drives? Or is somehow everything infected?

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I'm sorry for so many posts. I'm just freaking out and have a million things running through my mind. One more question.

I have a FreeAgent external hard drive that I use with this computer to back up important data (not system restore stuff though, just data). I usually keep the external drive off and only turn it on when I want to back up my latest data.

Is it safe to turn on my external hard drive and let it back up my latest data? If so I believe I can just reinstall Windows on the main hard drive and be done with it.

Thanks.

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If you read some of the topics that are pinned above, it suggests not to post after your own topic unless it's been 48 hours since you posted it because they won't know that you haven't been helped yet.

I am not one of the "official administrators" that help people out, I'm just trying my hand at it. Can you run a hijackthis?

and what is it saying once you click on malwarebytes that makes it not run?

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