Problem in startup in WINXP PRO...! Pls. HELP ..!!

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    pr@k@sh New Member

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    My Dear ALl Friends..!!

    I have A Win XP Pro..!!

    in my sys start up slow..!!

    so i m remove some startup through "MSCONFIG"

    But after restart i get all remove startup application ..!! again in start up..!!

    i remove again and again but still all application in startup..!!

    so may be virus or spy or trojen must be there but

    i check all software Norton 2003 with latest update ,

    ad-ware with latest update...!!

    trojen removal with latest update..!

    but no buddy can found any virus,spy or trojen..!!~

    so how can i remove my this problem..!!

    i can't control my start up..!!

    if i remove my start up item in msconfig..!!

    again it will there after restart..!!

    Help me ..!!

    Thanks..!!
     
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    BlAsTeR New Member

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    in Run Type services.msc

    Stop and disable some unwanted services.

    If problem continues clean registry and defregment your hard disk.

    :wink: :idea:
     
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    pr@k@sh New Member

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    Thanks..!!

    But my problem is not solve by services..!!

    i think some torjen or spy in my system..!!!

    but it is just recent to no software is find it..!!

    even tho i update all software..!!

    any know this how to solve this problem..!!

    Dear Thanks Again..!!
     
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    my frnd.. can u pls tell wat services crop up on start up .. use the software hijack this and post teh log u get here.. maybe then we can help u in a much better way ( dont worry teh software i mentioned is very less in size
     
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    1. Please open ur msconfig go to the startup tab, and press printscreen and paste it into paint, save it as a jpg and upload it here, Will make it easier, if we know what all u want/need to get rid of.

    2. Here is the linky to hijackthis
    http://www.spychecker.com/program/hijackthis.html

    Post its log file if u can.
     
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    Thanks To ALl Dear Friends..!!

    In mY start up

    two Startup is SPY or Trojen and it can reset again and again if i remove it..!!


    C:\windows\kzolufaz.exe
    C:\Temp\MSBB.EXE


    IF i delete this entry again it re created..!!
     
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    This Two EXE files Create A Problem May be.!!

    so what is that..!????
     
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    it_waaznt_me Coming back to life ..

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    Sourabh Laptoping

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    reinstall

    man just backup ur contents and format the partition n install a new winxp pro sp2
    way to go abt it man !!
    ull search for the prob for more till n still wont come up with a solution
    my tip for this is install a new xp pro sp2
    use kasperesky, zone alarm 5 and webroot spysweeper to prevent this prob again in future..
    n btw always keep updating these stuff :lol:
     
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    Thanks my dear all friends

    Dear Sourabh Thanks for ur advice..!!

    but dear in my system in winxp Pro i install more then 50 software..!!

    and each software have it own setting ..!!

    and it's very deficult to re create such envirment..!!

    I install this XP pro when it's lounch..!!

    so it's better for me to solve my proble ..!!

    and by that i can learn some thing..!!

    and i will try my level best and wait for solution..!!

    Thanks Again.@@
     
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    xenkatesh Bewitched!

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    hey dude use TWEAK Xp and remove that problem frm it!
     
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    try

    - go to safe mode and try deleting the 2 files causing the error and run antivirus scan , if it works in safe mode . pccillin does
    - try to restore to a date b4 u got the prob .
    - uninstall any latest shareware or freeware which u might have installed , eg kaaza , e-donkey , any cracks u downloaded
    - take ur hdd and scan it at a friends computer . since winxp boots directly into windows env , virus gets activated no matter what , in win98 u had option of cleaning some viruses from dos itself

    do tell if it works , else we can try someother stuff
     
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    Kl@w-24 Slideshow Bob

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    If everything else fails, try a repair install of XP. Maybe all files in ur Prefetch folder hv been somehow deleted, causing a long bootup. Repairing ur XP installation will tell th OS to start creating prefetch files again, from scratch.
     
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