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Hello . i am having a big problem. i had norton 360 and malwarebytes installed on my laptop (64 bit vista) . both programs that i had paid for yet somehow this above mentioned "rogueware?' had gotten into my system . i knew right away that it was not a legit anti-virus/malware program. i did not install any new files that i knew of that would allow this piece of sh%@t onto my laptop.

malwarebytes and norton 360 could not be run while this system was "hyjacked" and i had to buy "spyware doctor" to get rid of this "vista guardian 2010" it seems that the malware is gone from my system.

now of course i am not happy with this as you can imagine. i am not an inexperienced computer user . i am the guy that usually helps friends and co-workers with these things.

i had just bought and installed malwarebytes last week and it was up to date.

i assume that this thing has done damage to my registry. if i try to run a program i am asked what file its associated with.

internet explorer works but firefox does not.

i am sending this from a macintosh at work.

any ideas on getting my computer back to normal. registry repair?

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It appears you post has been overlooked. Have you resolved your issues since posting here?

If not, and you need guided help, then please print out, read and follow the directions here, skipping any steps you are unable to complete.

Please post into a reply the Gmer.txt log & the DDS logs

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