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The problem is when i scan the selected files,

first file scan error says [ The instruction at "0x1001fffe"referenced memory at "0x1005bae0".The memory could not be "read". ]

second file scan error says [ The instruction at "0x1001fffe"referenced memory at "0x1005bad8".The memory could not be "read". ]

Anyone know how to edit the post ?

And how to delete the file attachments you upload in the other post ?

The upload of error file is fail,i will upload later.

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I believe you have an infection. A trojan called Troj_GEN.r26C2IP you may want to go to the Malware Removal Forum where they will check you out.

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Can you run an overall "quick" scan instead of scaning the selected files. Does that work? (edit feature comes after 50 posts)

My harddisk have 2 partition , C:(system partition) and D: .

The error file are store in D: , the quick scan only scan the system partition , so i use the full scan and scan D: , the results is same - error .

And i try copy the file to C: , and use the right click context menu to scan the file , same - error .

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Hello castle:

First: do what yardbird has mentioned in Post #4

Second: You maybe able to correct problem by providing following details, someone will help you:

  1. OS version with system locale I believe it's Japanese
  2. Installed Security Product(s) including Firewall
  3. MBAM version (current 1.46)
  4. Definition version (current 4721)

Please do one more attempt of scanning with (Heuristics Shuriken Disabled) after definition update

  1. Click on Settings
  2. Click on Scanner Settings
  3. Uncheck Enable advanced heuristics engine (Heuristics Shuriken)

Third: Please follow Post #5 by yardbird

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Hi -

Time zone of the board is Pacific (West) USA - This is due to the company location -

Your time is automatically adjusted if you add your location when you fill out the Login Application -

It is about 4.50PM , September 30 / Board Time - My local in Australia shows on the board as 7.50 AM October 1 -

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