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Old 20-06-2009
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Iexplorer Virus Removal

Hello,

I have been a few days, perhaps even more a problem with my Windows XP. And it is some time since I noticed that, though I surf with Firefox, popups sometimes in the background on the Internet Explorer to be opened. Yesterday, I then found the "iexplorer.exe" constantly active as a process and also as an application exists. In the Applications tab, it is not possible to change this program. If I then try to stop the process starts it is all alone again. Oh yes, shortly after the boot of Windows the process is not yet active, only when I create a folder on employment situation or Windows Explorer and go. I have always clicked away. From this date, the process is active, it does not stop. And I think now that it stop with the pop-ups together. Normally this is not the iexplorer.exe process is always active. Did this with other Windows XP PCs compared.

But there is something fishy! Did someone perhaps the same problem that has ever heard of order can help me somehow?
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Old 20-06-2009
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Re: Iexplorer Virus Removal

Lock the System Restore (Windows Me / XP).
Update the virus definitions.
Delete the value in the registry.

Click on the taskbar, click Start | Run. Enter "Regedit" and press Enter. It opens the Registry Editor.

Look under the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE entries:

Code:
HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\
Internet Explorer=IExplorer.exe
Delete the entries, if they exist.
Close the Registry Editor.
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Old 20-06-2009
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Re: Iexplorer Virus Removal

IEXPLOR.EXE is Internet Explorer (browser function manager).

explorer.exe is the executable file and has worked with the Internet Explorer nothing in common.


Should it in Taskmanager to see them, it's oK
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Re: Iexplorer Virus Removal

Download and install MalwareByte's Anti-Malware

- Put the date

- Restart in Safe mode:

When you restart your PC tapping F8 or F5 on the next screen you move with the arrow keys and select Safe Mode. Choose your usual session and the session Administrator

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- Double click the shortcut MalwareByte's Anti-Malware is on the desktop.
- Select Run a full review if you have not already done
- Click on Search

- Once the scan is complete, a window opens, click Ok

- If MalwareByte's nothing detected, click OK A report will appear on-farm.

- If MalwareByte's infection was detected, click on show results then Delete Selected

- Saves the report on your desk as it will be easier to find, then post the report.

Note: If MalwareByte's a need to reboot to finish removing accepts clicking Ok
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