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Hi, first time poster, so if I've not done things in the correct format or manner I apologize in advance!

A while ago MWB killed a bit of malware on my machine, but it kept coming back. I went in and manually deleted it, but I still constantly get notifications that MWB has detected seupd.exe on my machine (usually about every 45 min-1 hour). I have scanned my machine many times with MWB and kespersky, and no joy on finding anything! And advice on how I can get this notification to stop popping up? Neither quarantine nor ignore seem to get rid of the message.

I know there were other fixes posted on the forum, but I'm running XP and I'm not sure if they'll work for me. Any help in the matter would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance,

KB

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Please do the following:

Fix Detection of Files That do Not Exist in Windows Vista and Windows 7:

Note: This fix will not work to correct any similar issues on Windows XP nor should it be run on any operating systems besides Windows Vista or Windows 7.

  • Please copy and paste the following text exactly as written into notepad (not wordpad or any other text editor):
    @echo off
    net stop SysMain
    sc config SysMain start= disabled
    shutdown -r -t 10
    del /f /q %0

    Once you've done that click on File and select Save As...

  • In the Save dialogue box click on the drop down menu next to Save as type and select All Files
  • Name the file Fix 1.bat (the .bat extension is very important)
  • Save the file to your desktop but DO NOT run it yet
  • Please copy and paste the following text exactly as written into notepad (not wordpad or any other text editor):
    @echo off
    del /f /q /a /s "%windir%\Prefetch"
    sc config SysMain start= auto
    net start SysMain
    del /f /q %0


  • In the Save dialogue box click on the drop down menu next to Save as type and select All Files
  • Name the file Fix 2.bat (the .bat extension is very important)
  • Save the file to your desktop but DO NOT run it yet
  • Right-click on Fix 1.bat and select Run as administrator then click Continue at the User Account Control prompt.
  • Your PC will automatically restart after it runs so be sure to save anything you were working on before running it.
  • Once your PC starts up again, right-click on Fix 2.bat and select Run as administrator then click Continue at the User Account Control prompt.
  • The issue should now be resolved.

Please let me know if the issue is now corrected or not.

Thanks :lol:

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