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BoardRules: Know how - HijackThis
Step 1: Create a Download Folder
The first step in downloading from the internet, is to create a folder where you will save your downloaded files. This will help you to locate the file once it is downloaded into your computer. To create a new folder (directory) called "download" use Windows Explorer, highlight your C: drive, and then click on these menu items, one after the other: File | New > Folder. When a folder entitled New Folder is created, rename it "download".
Step 2: Create a Folder "bases"
The second step in downloading from the internet, is to create a folder where you will must take your downloaded file: mwav.exe when you are extracting it. This will help you to locate the file once it is downloaded into your computer. To create a new folder (directory) called "bases" use Windows Explorer, highlight your C: drive, and then click on these menu items, one after the other: File | New > Folder. When a folder entitled New Folder is created, rename it "bases".
Step 3: Download a File Using Your Browser
Microsoft Internet Explorer (MSIE), and other browsers work in similar ways. After you click the Download Now button, a small window will open and ask you, "What would you like to do with this file?" or something like that. Simply click on the "Save it to disk" or "Save" choice, and then click OK. When the familiar "Save As" window appears, use it to navigate to your first created C:\download folder and click "Save." Watch and wait until the file has finished downloading. Problems? Some older versions of MSIE may require that you right-click on "Download Now," and select "Save Target As" to be able to begin the process described above.
Step 4: Download and Install WinZip
Click on this link to download the evaluation version of WinZip. Put it in your computer's C:\download folder. The WinZip file is in the form of an .exe that can be run and installed without any additional steps.
You've successfully downloaded files.
Step 5: Install your file
Double-click on winzip81.exe to install WinZip, then follow the easy step-by-step installation instructions. We suggest you take all of the suggested default settings and scan all your drives for favorite folders. WinZip can then easily access your C:\download directory for the next step. STOP when you reach the "WinZip Wizard - Welcome" window, and proceed with the next instruction. WinZip has probably been set up to launch using wizards, which are interfaces designed to make it easier to use new programs. They present each step in a series of separate windows, with options and decisions for you to make before you click Next to proceed.
Step 6: Now you click on the downloaded mwav.exe with the right mouse. You will see a window with many words and winzip. Extract the mwav.exe to the second folder you have created C:\bases. Being there, click on the button "extract" within winzip. Now all the files are extracting to C:\bases.
Step 7: How To Handle *.exe and *.com Files
As mentioned at the beginning of Step 3, you will find files ending in *.exe and *.com. The .exe files that you downloaded are ready to be run.
Step 8: Once there, you can double-click on kavupd.exe. Now you see a DOS window, doubleclick linke mouse and it will run and update the last signatures out the web. "Press any key to continue" .. press v .. escan ist updated.
Step 9: Now you move to safe mode. Turn off System Restore. Being there you open once more the folder "bases" on C:\ with the Windows Explorer. In this folder you will find "mwavscan.com". Double click, please.
Step 10: Now you got one of these these pictures to see on your desktop: escan. Look at the pictures on this website. You must fink on what you see on the first two pictures (!!!). Then click the button "scan" of "scan clean" and the scan begins to run. It will last about an hour. When it is finished you click on "view log". Save this logfile. It is called "mwav.log". You will find it back in the folder "bases" on C:\ You can open the folder with your mouse and the logfile with your mouse too.
Step 11: Take a look to that very long and great logfile you have got from your system. Now you must open a texteditor
Don't write "infected" but "virus", search, keep searching. Every virus file you find, you copy&paste to wordpad of something like that. Go on searching for 'virus' files. Since you have gathered all "virus" files and there are no "virus" files anymore, you may close the editor. Now you copy all these "virus" files from your wordpad in your browser and take it with you to this thread. Here you may paste your "virus" files.
Step 12: We want to see all the "virus" files which are named 'virus', 'not a virus', and so on. And we also want to see
=>Total Number of Files Scanned:
=>Total Number of Virus(es) Found:
=>Total Number of Disinfected Files:
=>Total Number of Files Renamed:
=>Total Number of Deleted Files:
=>Total Number of Errors:
***** Scanning complete. *****
You will find it at the end of the logfile from escan, called "mwav.log".
Take a look here, these are the "virus" files of another user brought from his system to our board: escan-files.