aol broadband problems.....

  Peter C 10:31 27 Dec 03
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hi.

i've got a:

e machines p4
256 ram
windows xp
aol broadband

when i connect to the internet sometimes (about 1 in every 5) a box comes up saying 50 seconds till shutdown. RPC, and it says NT/system has 'allowed' the shutdown.

what is this?

thank you!

  Forum Editor 10:53 27 Dec 03

and you can get information about how to remove it if you
click here

  Djohn 11:40 27 Dec 03

Alternatively if your not sure how to do this. Contact AOL on the phone [Free call] and they will instruct you to download a small program that they have.

This will clean your PC and install the patch to stop it from happening again at the same time. j.

  VoG II 11:44 27 Dec 03

First Start, Run and type

shutdown -a

and click OK. This will give you more time.

Next, get the MS Patch. Without it you'll be reinfected every time you connect: click here

Then run either Stinger click here or the Norton removal tool click here

  Peter C 12:25 27 Dec 03

sorted.

bloody geek virus-writing bummers!

why can't they just leave it all alone eh?

cheers to everyone here! again!

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