Neo toolbar.

  taffyal 19:07 01 Oct 04
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Has anyone heard of this? I have been trying Crazy browser for a while, but Grandkids used IE. I noticed that this appears beneath the address bar on IE- it wasnt there a while ago! It offers gambling, finance, pharmacy & adult links. I go to view, tollbards & unclick it- but next time I go to IE, there it is again! I ran search& destroy,AVG & Asquared, they find nothing wrong. Has anyone got any idea how to get rid of this?Thanks, Al.

  VoG II 19:10 01 Oct 04

Try Ad-aware click here and CWShredder click here

  taffyal 11:43 02 Oct 04

Thanks VoG, but CWS found nothing, AdAware ran the quickscan & moved a few things, but when I try for a full scan it stops at 4000 objects & wont move! Strangely, yesterday it sat for 3 hours before I turned off, & My computer showed 2gig of a 40gig HD used. I tried again this morning, again its at 40k objects after 3hrs, but now I'm told only 0.858gig of HD used. Im getting rather worried as I havent taken anything off overnight- unless I sleepwalk!! Someone PLEASE help! cheers, Al

  taffyal 14:00 02 Oct 04

Finally got AdAware to run, by removing it & reinstalling- no effect.Have also run CWS, Stinger,spyBot search & destroy & spyware doctor, all to no avail! I have AVG &Spyware Blaster.What could I-or my grandchildren- have done to get this parasite in my PC? As I use Crazy Browser, could I get rid of IE altogether, as this is where NEO is lurking?

  VoG II 14:04 02 Oct 04

Try this click here

  taffyal 16:50 02 Oct 04

Tried this- it removed it great, but 2 secs later it was back! It seems to be in C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\MSQSB.DLL but I cant remove it 'cayse Windows says its using it. Should I just wipe the whole HD & start again? Im getting sick of it. Maybe this is a different thread, but coincidentally? 4 Trojan horses have found their way into Restore/temp files

  VoG II 16:55 02 Oct 04

Turn off System Restore click here - that should get rid of the trojans.

Start in Safe Mode click here and delete that .dll file; also run an Ad-aware scan in Safe Mode.

Start, Run, type

msconfig

and click OK. Untick anything that looks like MSQSB

Start in Normal Mode and turn System Restore back on.

  taffyal 18:06 02 Oct 04

Finally seemes to have done the trick- it hasn't come back in 1/2 hour of IE being on & off. Once again excellent advice, I can't thank you enough- I was getting quite worried. Am now off to d/load a firewall, I stupidly removed mine in favour of Spyware Blaster- I shall now run both. I thought that AVG would keep these things at bay, but it seems nothing can stop them. Onve again, many thanks. Cheers, Al.

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