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Malwarebytes scan drive (C:\|), not (C:\) ??

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I'm having an issue when running the full scan, I get that my drive is C:\|, not C:\. I have had this problem for some time, I did run the scan anyway but it doesn't found anything. I tried to run ComboFix and it didn't open but I got a warning that I may be infected with some kind of the virus Virut. I made a scan with Kaspersky online and it found a trojan (not Virut) that I removed with Dr Web but Malwarebytes continue to show these strange path to the c drive. I did a lot of search on the internet and the most of information said that the only way to remove Virut virus was to reformat and reinstall windows. Finally I found some manually instructions to remove it by deleting a registry entry. I found the entry on the registry and delete it. The computer is running fine but Malwarebytes still show these strange path to my c drive even when I run it in safe mode. I want to be sure I am not infected, the other tools I have run (Avast, Spybot Search & destroy, Trend Micro online) didn't found anything but I'm still not sure if I'm clean.

I appreciate any help I can get with these issue.

Thank you.



Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 1.46


Databasversion: 4096

Windows 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3

Internet Explorer 8.0.6001.18702

2010-05-13 18:53:45

mbam-log-2010-05-13 (18-53-45).txt

Skanningstyp: Fullst



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