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Posted on 2004-04-30
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very often i receive svchost.exe error when i run web browser&in my program files i can't see any program.This is the reason why i can't remove any program.
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by:LucF
ID: 10958121
Hi bidzo,

Run stinger:
http://vil.nai.com/vil/stinger/

And start updating windows (http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com)

This is either the blaster virus or the welchia worm.

Greetings,

LucF
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by:bidzo
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this answer doesn't  help at all
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by:LucF
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Please let me know what exactly is your problem, what you stated above clearly point to either the Blaster or the Welchia worm. Please include all details etc, as just a minor thing that looks unimportant to you might just lead me to something that can help you solve your problem.

LucF
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by:bidzo
ID: 10975143
when I open add/remove programs I can't see anything(there is no programs).
when I surf the WEB very often I receive report program error(svchost.exe).
I can't use drag&drop.
I can't start in my WEB browser open in new window
When I see all my updates and click install now-nothing happened.
I must enabled my Norton 2003 every time when turn on PC&autoprotect options are always disabled I can't enabled him.
I hope that you will be able to help me.T H A N K S!!!
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by:LucF
ID: 10975213
Try this:
Start => Run =>type "services.msc" and press enter
Double click Remote Procedure Call Service from the list
Select the "Recovery" tab
The default for this service is "Restart the Computer" for all failures
Change each one to "Restart the Service"
Click Ok

Then, reboot your computer. Do the problems go away afterwards?
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by:bidzo
ID: 10984177
i started automatic update in services.msc(I can't double click on
Remote Procedure Call but I can right click and started them).
After that I can download all critical updates but when I WANT TO INSTALL THEM I SEE THAT INSTALL COME TO THE END BUT I DO NOT RECEIVE ANY MESSAGE ABOUT FINISHING.
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LucF earned 200 total points
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Ok, let's first find out which virus is bothering you.... use this tool, click "Scan" then "Save log" and post the contents of that logfile here.

LucF
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by:bidzo
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I finaly updated OS & Noton antivirus and after that I started
ad-aware6.0.FOR NOW EVERYTHING IS OK- THANKS!
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by:bidzo
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my friend have problem:he can't opened my computer or nothing else.He receive explorer.exe has generated error
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