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Hello,

My pc got a trojan virus, it was detected (exploit-pdt.g.gen!stream) and removed but suddenly my machine rebooted and everytime it starts to load my personal settings, it reboots again. I am using XP Home. I was able to go into Safe Mode Networking and tried to restore but there was no restore point. So, in safe mode networking I downloaded mbam.exe and after scanning, it dectected 8 objects and are now in Quarantine.

3 objects are in Catagory "Registy Data" 2 are in "Registry Key" 2 in "Folder" and 1 in "File". My machine is still rebooting in a loop. Not sure if I should delete and objects in Quaratine, are those registry files going to effect my start up boot? Any suggestions would be helpful.

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Hello Trek1,

Stay in Safe Mode with Networking, until any further malwares are ruled out.

Do not attempt anything with System Restore.

Please print out, read and follow the directions here, skipping any steps you are unable to complete. Then post a NEW topic here.

One of the expert helpers there will give you one-on-one assistance when one becomes available.

After posting your new post make sure under options that you select Track this topic and choose one of the Email options so that you're alerted when someone has replied to your post.

Please post there Gmer.txt log

the DDS logs

plus copy of last MBAM scan log

Don't post your logs here.

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