i keep getting a virus alert for t.sys

Posted on 2014-08-12
Last Modified: 2014-08-13
keep getting a virus alert for c:\windows\system32\drivers\{lonng string}\t.sys

malware bytes detects it but it keeps coming back.
have also tried viper

Question by:bbimis
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    Slave the drive or try running safe mode. Try SpyBot
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    i suggest running Roguekiller :
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    by:Thomas Zucker-Scharff
    Try chameleon from mbam ( run thesvchost file (make sure you turn on rootkit checking as it is of by default in mbam).  If nno luck try my antirootkit article.

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    not sure which one got rid of it but thanks tried them all!
    I also used tdskill as well.
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    by:Thomas Zucker-Scharff
    Glad we could help.

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