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Need help Ccleaner registery issues

by phil66 / December 19, 2007 10:14 AM PST

Windows XP Sp2

Sorry for the long post but will try to describe my problem

Yesterday I received a warning from BOClean that I had a trojan named "Dldr-agent.AQF" the path was "C:\windows\download program files\userinit.exe" Opened file and contents were only my normal entries. Then went to Comodo forum and found where many folks were calling it a false positive. The rest of the days it continued to pop-up at start-up. Today after the usual updates it no longer pops-up.

In the process of hunting for the Trojan I ran the following:
Avg anti virus
Avg anti spy ware
Spy ware terminator
Trojan Hunter
Rogue Remover
C cleaner
Tweak now reg cleaner

C cleaner and tweak now showed 26 registry issues the other scans were clean

In downloaded program files I found four damaged files
BDscanonline control
MU Web control class
Pitstop Utilities
Shockwave flash object

In ccleaner the active x/com issue
"In proc server32\c:\windows download program
files\conflict1\pcpitstop.dll
In Missing shared dll's
dwusplay.dll
bdupd.dll

These are just a couple out of the total 26 issues

Ran pcpitstop and it asked to download active x before scanning
After scanning returned to Ccleaner and the registry entries were erased
I can do the same with Bit defender onliine scan and probably correct some issues

My problem is how do I find and correct all of the activex and missing shared dll's

I also ran system restore back about a week and it did not make any corrections

At this time my computer is running fine in the forums and a few websites I visit daily

TIA
Ray

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Filename: dwusplay.dll
by Marianna Schmudlach / December 19, 2007 11:23 AM PST

Hi Ray,

Filename: dwusplay.dll
Directory: C:\WINDOWS\Downloaded Program Files\
Company Name: InstallShield Software Corporation
File Version: 1, 20, 100, 1203

File Description: InstallShield Update Service Setup Player Module

More: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/filedb/dwusplay.dll-3729.html

Here is the download:

http://www.dynamiclink.nl/htmfiles/info_dll/info_d/1464.htm

pls. scan BEFORE installing !

......

bdupd.dll

Description of bdupd.dll
This is a component of BitDefender. BitDefender is a security package comprised of an antivirus, firewall and antispam modules. The antivirus module of this application uses a scan engine certified by authorities such as ICSA Labs, Virus Bulletin, Checkmark, Checkvir and TUV. Its firewall module on the other hand allows users to monitor and filter network traffic, regulate cookies and other intrusions to the system. It also has an antispam module that controls spam mails received in your inbox.

http://www.fbmsoftware.com/spyware-net/process/bdupd_dll/2818/

download: http://www.driverskit.com/dll/bdupd.dll/4377.html

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Need help Ccleaner registery issues
by phil66 / December 19, 2007 11:44 AM PST

After downloading activex when running scans on PCPitstop and Bit Defender online scan I now have it down to 16 dll and activex issues

The downloaded program files that were damaged for PCPitstop and Bit Defender now show installed.

I now have the following damaged files in downloaded program files
mu web control class
Shockwave flash object

I've run the path in the registry on some of the dll's and they are listed in the name or right hand column

Question about Trojan Hunter I downloaded the evaluation copy Was that the correct download. If so it cannot be updated.
As there updates every day in Roddy's post what good is it to run an old scanner. Would I be better off running a-Square which is free and can be up dated daily? Not a gripe just an inquisitive request

Tia
Ray

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mu webcontrol class
by Marianna Schmudlach / December 19, 2007 11:52 AM PST
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TrojanHunter
by Marianna Schmudlach / December 19, 2007 2:04 PM PST
In reply to: mu webcontrol class
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Ccleaner registry isssues
by phil66 / December 20, 2007 4:47 AM PST
In reply to: TrojanHunter

Hi Marianna

I ran Windows Security.com and found 11 minor issues

10 Traces in "Trace.Register.Blubster"
1 File in "Riskware.Risk tool.win32.processor.20"
Deleted same

Updated Trojan Hunter manually ( per Roddy's instructions) and ran full scan
No trojans found

These are the missing shared dll that are still an issue
dwusplay
dwusplay.exe
isusweb
oscan81.ocx_x
scanoption.tsi
iupsud
libfu
bdcore
oscan81.ocx
diskFAU

Active x/com issues InProcServer32 c:\windows download program files
isusweb
dwusplay.exe
isusweb
diskFAU
isusweb

I had a couple of windows updates that needed downloading
I went to msupdates and had to download "Windows Genuine Advantage Validation Tool KB 892130
This tool had been downloaded over 1 year ago.

Should I start downloading libraries to replace the missing ones even though some show up in the registry

All suggestions invited

Ray

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Missing shared dll's
by Marianna Schmudlach / December 20, 2007 6:36 AM PST

Hi Ray,

These:

dwusplay
dwusplay.exe
isusweb

If they are missing you need to download the Microsoft Windows Installer 3.1 (KB89803).

http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=9117

...

oscan81.ocx_x information

http://www.runscanner.net/getprocess.aspx?process=oscan81.ocx_x

Productname: bdscanonline
Description: BitDefender Online Scanne

http://www.runscanner.net/getmd5.aspx?MD5=B43F42791D9958C8B3AF2EC01E38FBF0&process=oscan81.ocx

.....

Should I start downloading libraries to replace the missing ones even though some show up in the registry

Yes, that would be the best way to go, I think.

diskfau.dll
DiskFAU.dll is related to PC Pitstop Utilities.
DiskFAU.dll is used for perform disk health and fragmentation

http://www.greatis.com/appdata/a/d/diskfau.dll.htm

...

File: bdcore.dll
Description: dll file for windows
Size: 0.1 Mb

http://www.dlldll.com/bdcore.dll_download.html

...

Still items missing with the Productname: bdscanonline
Description: BitDefender Online Scanner

Maybe it would be best to remove it and then install it again?

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Missing shared dll's
by phil66 / December 21, 2007 5:10 AM PST
In reply to: Missing shared dll's

Marianna

With your always excellent advice and a lot of searching downloading and deleting

I now have a clean CCleaner,Trojan Hunter,Windows security,Tweak now Reg cleaner programs

Have not found any ill effects to any other programs

Not sure why all off this happened as I still have not found any problems in the scanners.

PC Pitstop and Bit Defender were a part of the problem???

Once more thanks for the advice and guidance

Merry Christmas and Happy New Years

Ray

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Missing shared dll's
by Marianna Schmudlach / December 21, 2007 5:46 AM PST
In reply to: Missing shared dll's

Hi Ray,

PC Pitstop and Bit Defender were a part of the problem???

From what I "saw" what was missing, YES - parts of both were missing.

So glad to "see" you solved it Happy Great Job Happy

You Are Very Welcome and a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to YOU too !

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Manually updating the trial
by roddy32 / December 19, 2007 7:34 PM PST
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