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Help! I got the Trojan/Worm/AVE.EXE. It hijacked my computer. Windows XP SP3. I have put in a new Hardrive (after the issue started) and have run MALWARE, but it doesn't find it. I've tried running MALWARE off a BartsPE disk, but it won't load correctly. I've tried the changing it to a .COM instead of .EXE ... I keep getting the error that MSVBM60.DLL is not found.

What else can I try? Windows Repair won't work, either. I am trying to run it in SAFEMODE off of the new drive with the old drive as a slave. Not finding anything, yet.

What else can I do?


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Hello Rev19062, and welcome to the forums here at Malwarebytes.org :)

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The msvbm60.dl file belongs to the Visual Basic Run time library from Microsoft. This DLL file comprises the program codes that are use to run programs written in Visual Basic.

You can load the Microsoft Visual Baics from HERE

This may be a temporary fix - Any problems then please follow all the directions from mountaintree16 -

Thank You -

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