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Lack of drivers suspected virus. OTL log.

by vintikiller7 / October 8, 2012 7:33 PM PDT

Welcome.
It does not work on my laptop mobile internet.
I thought it was lack of drivers for the network card, but I suspect a virus.
TDSSKiller which found that what you can see in the pictures.
I put the log from OTL, and a photo of how the device manager.

TDSS - http://www.picshot.pl/public/view/full/228506
http://www.picshot.pl/public/view/full/228507

Sterowniki - http://www.fotoszok.pl/show.php/1259537_bezantytua-u1234567.jpg

OTL - http://www.wklej.org/id/843758/

EXSTRAS - http://www.wklej.org/id/843760/


I hope everything reasonably well described.

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Re: virus
by Kees_B Forum moderator / October 8, 2012 8:02 PM PDT

If one suspects a virus, one runs a few antivirus programs (from a CD rescue disk). If none found, it most likely isn't a virus but something else.

Kees

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qw
by vintikiller7 / October 8, 2012 8:18 PM PDT
In reply to: Re: virus

That I do not know what it could be. I have not had for a while no anti-virus.
What about the drivers for the network card?
Could do something to trick mobile internet work?
I installed the new drivers for the chipset, LAN and Wireless, but it's useless.
I have a laptop ASUS X53B.

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Re: no wireless
by Kees_B Forum moderator / October 8, 2012 8:25 PM PDT
In reply to: qw

Things it could be:
- The wireless switch moved to 'off', either the hardware one or the software one (depends on make and model).
- A hardware issue.
- A bad setting.
- Your router.
- A corruption in Windows

You didn't tell anything except that it doesn't work. So it can be everything.

Kees

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qwe
by vintikiller7 / October 8, 2012 8:49 PM PDT
In reply to: Re: no wireless

Huawei modem to connect my laptop via USB and nothing happens. Zero of any reaction. via ethernet cable did not work.
Wifi did not work. Nothing. So I thought that it was a lack of drivers for the network card (yellow (!) In the photo), or a virus.

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Re: drivers
by Kees_B Forum moderator / October 8, 2012 9:00 PM PDT
In reply to: qwe

Since the USB, the Ethernet and the wireless have different drivers, my guess is that you didn't lose them all at the same time by the same reason.
So my guess is that it's something else. With 3 different things failing, it's unlikely to be hardware.

So we get back to virus scanning from a stand-alone CD, if you think it's a virus.
Or to repairing things like the DNS-cache and other IP-related settings and buffers.
Or to another browser.
Or to a system recovery back to factory conditions.

Kees

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