Alright, thanks! The "AVGTemp" folder on the C:\ drive relates to the AVG removal tool which is no longer needed. There's also some other left overs for DriverCure and SpeedMax so let's remove those few more unnecessary folders and then we can move on:
Please open another blank Notepad as before...Copy the below text in Bold
and paste it into the blank Notepad. Save it as CFScript.txt
...Change the "Save as type" to All Files
and save it to your desktop. Now drag the text document over to your Combofix.exe
Again, combofix will run automatically. Please remember to post back the new log that will be generated...and please remember to copy and paste
rather than attaching unless I specifically ask you to attach the log. Thanks!Note:
Do not mouseclick combofix's window while it's running. That may cause it to stall
c:\documents and settings\Jay\Application Data\DriverCure
c:\documents and settings\Jay\Application Data\SpeedMaxPc
c:\documents and settings\All Users\Application Data\SpeedMaxPc
Next, please run the free online scan Here
. After clicking the Start
scan button, please check the box for the option Enable thorough system inspection
, then click the Start
Just below the "Scan Options:" section, you'll see the status of what's currently processing. You will also see an in process indicator that looks like this:
...when the scan completes, the message "Detection completed successfully" will appear in the Programs/Result
section. For each problem detected, Secunia will offer a "Solution" option. Please follow those instructions to download updated versions of the programs complained of during the scan. Copy and paste those results back here too on your next reply.
Lastly, although Secunia's online scan is excellent for finding "vulnerable" software on board which needs updating, it finds only those out dated "vulnerable" pieces of software and no others.
To scan for all other software on board which may be out of date, you can download FileHippo's Update Checker (which is a keeper)
. Double-click the FHSetup.exe
file to install it. When the install completes, you'll find the Update Checker shortcut on the desk top. Double-click on it and a scan begins with the results showing in your browser. Any software it finds to be out of date, will be presented in your browser. Just click on the download link provided there to download your software updates. Ignore the beta software unless you want that...during the scanner initialization, you can click the settings link, then click the results tab and check the box "Hide beta versions". After clicking the OK button, click the "Retry" link to continue the scan with those settings.
Please remember to copy/paste the requested logs on your next reply and tell me how that system is behaving for you now. Thanks!