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Something you all need to know. [Important]

So to make things easier, I'm going to combine my last 2 journals on FA and repost it here to let you guys know what's up.


Yeah...it's happening a-freaking-gain. I dunno what's going on but it's driving me insane.

So...I got on my laptop a couple days ago and AVG notified me that, somehow, my identity protection is off. I check it, try to fix it simply by turning it on. No avail. Then, RIGHT after that, I swear the viruses just swarmed in. It somehow killed AVG. It doesn't do anything at all. And it won't even let me uninstall it. Then I get Malwarebytes right after. It did nothing. Spybot Search and Destroy. Nothing.

Before even all that, somehow, anytime I used a search engine, it would redirect me to some crap that wasn't at all what I searched for. In summation, my laptop got a virus and it's going completely nuts.

I finally downloaded Macafee from Kaleigh's account onto my computer. Twice I've run a virus scan. First time it was like 1 virus and 8 tracking cookies. Today, I did it again and it found 9 viruses and 21 tracking cookies. I felt pretty confident about it. So I restarted my laptop.


My keyboard no longer works on it at all. I dunno WHAT happened. I restarted again. It STILL didn't work. I don't get why things like this are constantly goin' on. So if I'm gone for a while, I apologize. BS seems to follow me no matter where I go. o3o


The addition:

To my last journal. Okay, it's not as BAD as I thought but most definitely stranger than I expected. What the thing is, is that my keyboard works UNTIL I get to the login screen. I can bring up the F2 bootup menu, as well as bringing up the Advanced menu with F8. But the moment it asks for my password to log in, its a no go. It just simply does not work. I dunno what could be causing this or how to solve it. Please, if anybody knows how to work this, let me know. If you know someone or know someone that knows someone, don't hesitate, just tell me because this is something that I need. I'm using Kaleigh's computer for now, but until I get help, I'm totally locked out of my own.


So, for now, I'm gonna use Kaleigh's laptop, and in the meantime, try to go back to my mom's place so I can grab my USB Keyboard, and hope and pray that it works instead.
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Added: 7 years, 8 months ago
7 years, 8 months ago
i`ll cross my fingers and hope things work out for you big brother
7 years, 8 months ago
!!! redirection? did you also get a random seach system collosal,Random,Great,Execeptional, something or other system that randomly would pop up out of nowhere?

i have a BAD feeling i have the same thing....
7 years, 8 months ago
Yeah...smells like you may have the same thing. >.< I wish you the best of luck that you DON'T get screwed like I did.
7 years, 8 months ago
its obvious whatever you have penetrated your firewall/antivir and probably switched some things around. I've had a virus that silently replaced my avg with a flash immitation that would constantly tell me its own abilities to remove viruses would not suffice and i should instead install random virus pretending to be a better free anti virus program.

chances are you will never be sure if your system is entirely free of what infected it, so your best bet would be any kind of backup or just to start over from scratch by formating and reinstalling windows/linux/whatever you have
7 years, 8 months ago

Use this one, works pretty well on most stuff
7 years, 8 months ago
I have a program you could use, its my last ditch effort to removing viruses or whatever. It basically rapes your pc clean errr well it hasnt failed me yet anyway X3  Im sorry we arent like close or else I would fix it in a jiffy for ya. o3o
7 years, 8 months ago
*hugs*hope you get fixed big brother
7 years, 8 months ago
Best of luck. =x
7 years, 8 months ago
Sounds like a rootkit to me. I suggest giving Norton Power Eraser a try, it's free. Here's the link to it: http://security.symantec.com/nbrt/npe.aspx?lcid=1033 It removes deeply embedded viruses and rootkits that regular anti virus software can miss.
 Another solution I have been informed of is to boot into safe mode and than run programs like Malwarebytes.
7 years, 8 months ago
Try Avast antivirus..... it's fairly full featured, and the base version is free.... and powerful. once it's installed run a boot time scan(don't ask, just trust me, it works
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