Services disabled

Posted on 2009-05-14
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Last Modified: 2012-05-07
Have a clients pc Dell 8400 1gb ram 500gb harddrive P4 3ghz. All services are disabled in windows. Ran malware bytes and found 4 infections 2 disabled security and 2 trojan. Dont want to reinstall os can anyone help? Systrem restore is disabled as well as firewall.
Question by:Larry927
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rettif9 earned 200 total points
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Spunky4983 earned 200 total points
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hi try to boot up on safe mode and install super anti spyware and scan it then do a restart and check again.

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djpazza earned 400 total points
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Can you just clarify what services.msc are not running?  Are you able to start them?  If no services where running at all at start up that would lead to a very interesting windows experience !

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Actually guys I got it! Removed drive and scanned externallhy with Malwarebytes and Avira the reintoduced to system scanned again finding more infections and cleaned, then did repair install and all is well!

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