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    superock is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    is there anyway of finding it and getting rid of it?

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    You need to know everything you installed in your PC by heart and very well. In that way, you can manually browse through all your folders (but it's usually in the X:\program files\) and delete the .dll

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    If you are using Windows XP home/pro try the msconfig utility. This is a very quick and simple app built in and with it I've been able to fix many issues like this.

    1. MSCONFIG
    a. Open the start menu and select run or hit the windows key + r and type in "msconfig" (minus the "")
    b. Click over to the tab startup and see if you can find any applications there that seem odd. You can look at the command section and location to help you identify things you want and things you don't.
    c. De-select the startup items that you don't want to startup when you computer boots or when you log in.
    d. Click on the services tab and see if it might be an odd service. This tab allows you to hide the microsoft services and just show the non-microsoft services running. (helpfull to identify what is generally system services)
    e. Once you have made your changes click ok and you will be prompted to resrart your computer. Do so and when the dialog box pops up after rebooting and logging into your system click the select box and hit "ok"

    2. Process Explorer
    a. If you want to know everything about any application that you have running on your machine check out process explorer by sysinternals. www.sysinternals.com
    b. With this application loaded you can see everything that any app is doing on your computer. Do you want to know what files the app has open and even registry keys that it uses. It will also tell you individual applications memory and cpu usage. Very usful app when windows is being stupid and you can't kill an app or delete a file for some reason.

    Hope that helps.

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    Toolbars are dll files, not executables.

    O2 - BHO: class_searcher Class - {6D9F42B8-B7E5-4BB9-9A13-CAE53D44196E} - C:\Program Files\Words Text\searcher.dll (file missing)
    O2 - BHO: (no name) - {A6274D66-AAA7-8B59-D349-871DF24616E7} - C:\WINDOWS\System32\nejux.dll

    I don't recognize these two dlls.
    The searcher.dll might be the problem. If you want to delete it but for some reason you can't, you have to delete its registry key first.

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    i can't help you for 2 reasons one your pic doesn't show. 2. i dont' know what type of computer you have and 3. i don't know the operating system. i use to work for tech support and if its i hijacked browser more than likely i can help you i've dealth dealt with it before. i'm not gonna spam random stuff to try. if u can tell me those 3 things then i will see what i can do.
    never run from a sniper you will just die tired

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    watermark is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Using the previously linked Hijack-this, you can submit your log to this Auto Log Analyzer. It claims to be beta, however it seems to work well.

 

 
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