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Report macson› the_apocalypse - Jan 5, 2010 05:14AM hi, I've seen everything you wrote about. I dont know any, but u try. 2) make a copy of original userinit.exe in ur WINDOWS\system32 3) Login regulary, should works! I can slave the drive to another pc and see all the files using explorer so something must be blocking or hiding the hard drive. Sok says August 30, 2009 at 6:30 pm Help! Check This Out

Or final choice: Replace all computers in your company with the new ones…your pcs are probably too crap… vlad says November 1, 2010 at 6:49 am I fixed mine.Had same problem.If To modify the registry, I used a combination of ERD Commander & Bart PE Boot discs. Regards] Quinton Quinton says November 23, 2010 at 4:53 am Please if you could email me. @ [email protected] debby says December 30, 2010 at 11:12 am hi can you please tell Report raverdave0- Jan 21, 2010 10:19AM Hi all, At work one of are users got the Internet Security 2010 Virus. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-22087-xp-auto-log-off

Windows Xp Auto Logoff Problem

Report Nicolas- Apr 6, 2010 12:01PM It worked for me also..... Report sandy317 3Posts Wednesday February 10, 2010Registration date February 12, 2010 Last seen - Feb 10, 2010 11:13PM Hi, I am in Linux program, so now where do I go to Followed directions and everything worked out just fine. Report mayzer05› SNoWDoGG - Dec 24, 2009 02:33PM when putting in your fix (expand d:\i386\userinit.ex_ c:\windows\system32\ , I get the message (there is no floppy disk or cd in the drive)

If you use something like the Ultimate Boot CD for Windows (www.ubcd4win.com), you can create a bootable rescue media with all the tools you need. Before i can restart I have to wait a few minutes. The computer locked up and wouldnt respond to anything (Ctrl+Alt+Delete). Windows Xp Logs Off Immediately After Logging In In the registry everything was fine, pointing to "C:/Windows/system32/userinit.exe,".

If you grabbed the full version, make sure to use the Check for Updates button, and then click the Scan Your Computer button… make sure to perform a Complete Scan, and I have to say I did that and had 109 at risk files. It found it and all the connecting files. http://www.malwarehelp.org/internet-security-2010-removal-2010.html Thanks May 16, 2010 carl all I did was log in safe mode used internet options deleted cookies temp files…the used restore…and bing bang done took all about 5 minutes then

AV7 was listed and checked to run. Computer Logs Off Immediately After Login Windows 7 I tried to change the values in REGEDIT (both values) but still problem remains. The trojan is still here, the malware program can't be opened (its infected), the MagicJack is still infected, everything is still infected, can't be opened - total trashed waste of time. Read the steps and posts in this article - or do some Google searches on the topic.

Windows Xp Auto Logoff After Inactivity

You can spend hours trying to clean some of these viruses. It then starts over again with the computer brand screen, choose Windows start normally, Windows XP screen over and over and over again! Windows Xp Auto Logoff Problem type expand h:\i386\userinit.ex_ c:\windows\system32 exit then reboot see if it logs on. Windows Xp Automatically Logs Off I've shut down auto back up and placed scans on manual ...

Forum Thread Author: jnt Posted: 14-Jul-2011 | 7:57AM Comments: 4 Kudos: 0 defrag.exe defrag.exe´╗┐"... http://internetbusinessdaily.net/windows-xp/auto-shutdown-windows-xp-system.html thanks Devon says January 5, 2008 at 8:53 am I have been experiencing the same problem as Aris, my computer will startup every day, run for a while, and for no This time however, I do not have the luxury of being computer-less. I think they make conflict with each other, I don't know. Windows Xp Logon Logoff Loop Fix

This program will delete needed folders if you accidently select them or are unaware that they are important so be careful. Therefore any changes and settings that occurred after the Setup program was finished are lost. Let them know their Anti-Virus didn't do it's job. http://internetbusinessdaily.net/windows-xp/auto-restart-of-xp.html Once at the command prompt type in explorer.exe, (you should now get your desktop) 5.

But we won't go there. Windows 7 Logs Off Immediately After Login Domain To everyone that said they left their computers alone for a few days and then came back to find no problem… If I was the programmer of this virus, I would This problem occurs after virus clean up Internet Security 2010 fake program I had this same problem and it sounds like the common solution is to copy a new userinit.exe file

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January 14, 2010 Megachains Hey, I just ended up with the rogue virus this week. It is disabled without any way ... I ran both Superantispyware and Malwarebytes in the safe mode. I've used Firefox for years and have the current version installed on my machine.

Update Looks like there might be some stronger versions of this thing out there - I would advise not rebooting after you run the initial SUPERAntiSpyware scan, and installing and running January 6, 2010 piagetblix @Titan Boo-Boo Are you referring to running Super Anti Spyware from within safe or normal modes OR are you referring to using it withing the UBCD PE The sad thing is even if you are educated on computer repair and networking, these bugs are still almost impossible to find yourself. navigate here Or II' ) If u know the name of virus which was deleted from antivirus: 1) Copy userinit.exe from other computer into ur WIDNOWS\system32 2) Rename it to be like name

You should receive a message saying "Process [PID] on [infectedcomputer] killed…." (Yes, I snuck in a "2010: A Space Odyssey" reference in honor of the new year. Last night I was updating some song information on my iTunes. Sometimes I would get to the desktop and then it would just restart. Next, I've encountered these a lot and dealt with them successfully and without success.

IE's are patched to the hilt, so it's not thru old vulnerabilities, and it's in the Internet Zone so should not really run nsty stuff. Gabrinski, it is illegal, companies doing this kind of things in the US have been sued and shut down by various states attorney generall. Or upgrade to Windows 7 cos I've having stability issues with Windows XP and after upgrading it's gone until now even it's one month since the installation hint: apply all stability I read on another forum about someone who got it from myspace.

I've changed it all out and I've switched it all up and I've got NOTHING. So I updated my norton and tried to fix it but now I have the auto log off. And it keeps doing the same thing over and over again, and I can never get to my desktop. Win XP Home.

Help...! I, too, caught this thing during what I thought was fairly unrisky web activity. Overkill? That seemed to do the trick.

I had SuperAntiSpyware, Malwarebytes and Microsoft Security Essentials loaded on my flash drive, so i installed and ran them from there. Running windows XP any suggestion? I am able to delete the main file outside of safe mode though so I was just wondering if there were any other files/servers I could kill while not in safe and I'm not seeing much for fixes for it.

NU AutoDetectPkg downloaded-> run > all up to date.