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hi connected to ntl bb 150k over 20metre ethernet cable. ran fine up until 10 mins ago when it suddenly didnt work and nothing worked. correct connect says no adapter been defined. so i plugged it into alternate adapter which didnt work then plugged it back to original and it worked but very slow and thats how im connected now. I did put my tft monitor on top of my case for a bit, could some sort of magnetic field or something disrupt it. that might be a very dumb reason but i'm desperate, ntl email also wouldnt work. and still doesnt. I also had an idea spyware was on my pc so i ran spybot and it was stuck scanning a file called cl.lop or something similar to that. please help if you can. thanks in advance.
thanks vog will check that.
hi vog that link didnt work, said page cannot be displayed.
i also tried signing into msn messenger but it said i was behind firewall, which i was but msn was alowed access to it and i could access it before. but i can funnily enough use windows messenger.
This is the address
put a www in front of it.
that is the address it is trying to access but it wouldnt go there. just says page cannot be displayed.
ntl are having problems with their DNS servers and an outage is currently being experienced.
thankyou accord. but i would still like to know if i have the LOP parasite, argh...
Open the Application Data folder. This can be found inside the Windows folder on Windows 95/98/Me; on Windows 2000 and XP it is inside your user folder in 'Documents and Settings', but it's hidden, so go to Tools->Folder Options->View and turn on 'Show hidden files and folders' to see it. In Windows NT 4.0 it is in the user folder inside 'WinNT\Profiles'.
The filenames of lop files can vary for each different installation, but usually under Windows there should not be any files inside Application Data (only folders), so it's generally easy to pick out the culprits. Known filenames for the toolbar DLL (lop/Toolbar, lop/Rnd) or ayb: protocol DLL (lop/AYB) include:
blztstull[letter 'a', 'c', 'j', 'p', 's', 't' or 'y'].dll
blztstull['pr', 'tr' or 'oo'].dll
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Known filenames for the system tray task and hijacker file include:
Other files you may find with some versions include icon libraries (known filenames tchejea.lib and iCndE.lib) and loads of GIFs. These can all be deleted too. You might also have some of the following files in the Windows folder:
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