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I really need help please!!

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  1. RiKanKiDD

    RiKanKiDD Newbie

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    I downloaded a program on here and now my computer is acting way crazy!! everytime i restart it something is poping up to run a program witch i delete its something to do with .

    Appdata/local files


    Can anyone suggest a free Computer virus ect removal or key loggers?
     
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    Macthetrix Regular Member

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    Try malwarebytes. It helped me out in a few situations when other tools didnt work
     
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    Just remove the program you installed. Also I heard Windows have some kind of recovery feature, you might wanna try that too.
     
  4. RiKanKiDD

    RiKanKiDD Newbie

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    I did remove the program but it somehow got into my chrome files and all over the place. -.-
     
  5. RiKanKiDD

    RiKanKiDD Newbie

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    Yup i found it. It was a password stealer it said an it was a program that i downloaded on this site that look legit well my fault thank for the quick comment,
     
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    It's probably one of those that hides and then reinstalls itself every time you start up - so you delete it and when you restart it adds itself back onto your machine.

    Add malware bytes as suggested, then when you restart your machine start it in safe mode.

    Then run malware bytes, and also look up the problem program, find where it writes itself to, and manually delete if you can.
     
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    RiKanKiDD Newbie

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    I can do a system restore to a time before i downloaded the program you think that would be more easy and would work?
     
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    it will help , if there is a restore point available, check it out

    windows will display restore points from the current month, go back to previous months
     
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    I hope you manage to restore things without needing to redo your windows. In future though, never download programs without running virus checks on them first. And always have an anti virus installed on your system.
     
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    RiKanKiDD Newbie

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    I had to do the system restore cause I was getting a system error I did get the program off. But I'm getting a system32\logiLDA.DLL error on start up still you know anything about that? If you could help I'm willing to donate for your help cause this computer I'm using belongs to my neighbor cause mine is in the pawnshop -.\
     
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    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Post the link to the program and send that link to a Mod.

    You need to do both ASAP.
     
  12. RiKanKiDD

    RiKanKiDD Newbie

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    Looking for it now.
     
  13. D.A. Mokes

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    logiLDA.DLL is a logitech driver. I found this fix:

    fix this issue by "Control Panel>System>Device Manager>Human Interface Devices>USB input Device (Logitech Download Assistant). Doube click. Uninstall driver.
     
  14. RiKanKiDD

    RiKanKiDD Newbie

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    So uninstall USB Input Device? I don't see anywhere of logitech download asst.
     
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    Try avast. its free version is so good. im using it for 2years.

    OP, this threads is not related to Social Networking Sites: Online Marketing for YouTube, Twitter, Myspace, Facebook, digg, Squidoo etc..
    This threads should be in : The Lounge
     
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    yeah you really need help buddy
     
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    Go to control panel and uninstall it from "Programs and Features", download AVG 2014 and you'll be secured :))
     
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    Goto Start -> Click Run - >Type "Msconfig" and check out the startup services

    these are the services that starts automatically on window Startup