Help, (Win 7) Virus Epidemic on my pc killed, but left a very annoying glitch

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by dannytheboss11, Jun 22, 2015.

  1. dannytheboss11

    Jun 22, 2015
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    Wasup windowers of the seventh platform.
    I hope you havin a good day and everything in your life is going A-Ok and taking care of your bae.
    For me today, everything is not A-OK :/

    In fact, this glitch is very annoying and is on the verge of making me rage towards my desktop, but fortunately I decided to come here to the forums instead of inducing my rage.

    Ive had an epidemic of viruses that raged me already with adwares as to installing several adwares, even still installing adwares while I was getting rid of them (Optimizer Pro, Driver Pro, shopperz, a YouTube downloader without my consent)

    So yeah I had to run through my malwarebytes threat scan twice and adwcleaner once to supposedly get them the step out of my pc. However now I have a glitch Ive demonstrated in this youtube vid and the processes currently running in my system.



    Its not annoying at first but now its interrupting me in FL studio (white-flashing my screen every now and then) while I make music and its frustrating the hell out of me >:/

    Happens for every window when I drag them around. Even white-flashes my screen in my browser every now and then.

    I don't know what to do other than scans for adware/viruses, I don't think I might solve this with just scanning so I though I'd ask here asap.
  2. Josephur

    Josephur Windows Forum Admin
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    Aug 3, 2010
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    If your system was that badly infected I would urge you to immediately backup any valuable files you don't want to lose.

    Afterwards I would do additional scanning as I disinfect insanely infected machines for a living, I can tell you for a living I can attest that Malwarebytes and ADW are not enough to declare a machine fit.

    So.. now that you've backed up your docs, create a system restore point.

    The rest of my advice is do at your own risk. I give no warranties especially on a known infected machine, if it makes matters worse then it's on you.

    1) run combofix
    2) run "sfc /scannow" at an administrative command prompt
    3) run JRT
    4) run Hitman Pro
    5) Uninstall and reinstall Firefox/Chrome if you use them and deleting any left behind browser user profile folders before the re installations.

    Post any questions you have before doing any of this and I will answer then.
    I did not include download links as I'm on mobile at the moment and it's a pain in the arse.
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