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HELP!! Win32/KillAV.G and Win32/SCKeyLog.20 on computer

 
 
Lesa
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      16th Sep 2003
Can I format to get these things off? the Win32/KillAV.G
is linked to MBr-KiLLa.exe (Have no idea how this got on
my computer... it's also linkd to MemChk.exe in Sysytem32)
How do I get these off??

The Win32/SCKeyLog.20 was in tapiexec.dll and seems to be
linked to tapiexec.exe I deleted both is the keylog thing
off my computer now? the Antitirus doesn't detect it
anymore.

I still got the Win32/KillAV.G please help the support for
Macafee doesn't seem to help much trand micro and a few
other dont seem to help much on this. Should I just
reformat or would that just cause more problems??

Thanks,

Lesa
 
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