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ntuser dat fie removal

by metalheadsince1968 / April 29, 2005 10:31 AM PDT

how can i remove tis file please ???

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why????
by dyspyzthespyz / April 29, 2005 10:38 AM PDT
In reply to: ntuser dat fie removal

why would you want to remove it?

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ntuser removal
by metalheadsince1968 / April 29, 2005 11:46 AM PDT
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have gotadaware risks within and cannot remove manually

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EXACTLY what message are you getting?
by dawillie / April 29, 2005 12:55 PM PDT
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your post is too vague to offer any suggestion.

1. what is the exact name of the infection ?

2. where is it located?

3. how did you determine this.

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ntuser dat file
by metalheadsince1968 / April 29, 2005 9:52 PM PDT

thanks for reply.

nortons virus scan picking up 4 adware programs
adware.cdt C:\documents and settings\user1\local settings\tempory internet files\content IE5\MR2NQ1UN\cheats-r.pc.cheatplaza[1]

and 3 others close to this

what do i do to remove them ??
have run adaware se and 6
and spybot but still there??

regard
dave

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Hi Dave
by roddy32 / April 29, 2005 10:02 PM PDT
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That particular one is in the temporary internet files. You can delete them by opening IE and on the top of the page, click on tools\options. When that comes up, click on "delete files", when you click that, another box will popup asking if you want to "delete all offline content", Put a checkmark in that box also and click "OK". IF the other three are also in the same place, that should eliminate all of them. Rerun your scans again and hopefully you should be OK. One other thing, you said you use BOTH "have run adaware se and 6"? Ad-Aware SE replaced Ad-Aware 6 many months ago. I'm confused as to you saying that you are using BOTH.

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Roddy has answered.
by dawillie / April 30, 2005 12:11 AM PDT
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And provided you with a solution.

as you can see, your response to my query has absolutely nothing to do with the Ntuser.dat file.

This forums deals with elimination of infection and therefore the poster needs to be precise and accurate with respect to the information as to where the problem is.

Were this another forum your post would have been either ignored or information given as to how to eliminate Ntuser.dat.

Had you followed you would not be posting further until you re formatted your O/S.

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ntuser
by metalheadsince1968 / April 30, 2005 9:09 AM PDT
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thanks you for your advise, will try it!! sorry for notputting correct info.... not done it b4!! will know now cheers

dave

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you should not try and remove this file.
by dawillie / April 29, 2005 10:43 AM PDT
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if you want more do a search in our XP forum.

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