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  1. abhishekkalra

    abhishekkalra New Member

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    I am facing a very strange prob.I have installed softwares like Adobe reader 7.0,Isobuster,winrar,Mozilla firefox.When i try to execute them,they don't.There is written "Service Manger" below the icons of all the above softwares.I m also not able to uninstall them bcoz their uninstall files also have Service manager written below their icons.
    I don't know what the hell is this ServiceManager...This prob appeared all of a sudden.I have also reinstalled my Op system "WinXp professional".This prob still persists.Everytime i disable this Service manager from startup but it again gets activated on reboot.

    Kindly help me..
     
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    sridatta An Esoteric Geek

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    I dont exactly know whether i c'd call it a virus or not.. but i have faced the same problem a yr before.. This service manager (say virus) do infect the backups too... although u reinstall win XP, after installing your softwares, it'll again affect ur system.. U can find this service manager running in the taskbar manager with different icons attached to it and keeps changing the icons too...
    If you have ur backups in dvds or cds, format the harddisk entirely and copy fresh copies of backups or otherwise try scanning using Zone Alarm antivirus.. (Once my frend told that he was able to remove this by zone alarm).
     
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    can u paste a screen shot of that...
     
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