boot scan for virus, malware (download avast, its free, and the first scan is a bootscan). just for the heck of it run memtest to check the memory modules.
Hello, I'm back, seems like no one can help me in that forum, at least no one answers my topic and it's been like one whole week since I posted. I read somewhere this could be some sort of corruption on svchost.exe, could it be?Hi,
I do think this is a malware problem. I would read this and post a HJT log. Once the guys in the security analysis forum have cleared you, come back and we can continue this thread.
BTW, please watch the language. It is unnecessary, we understand you are frustrated, and that is why we are here. Thanks.
I'm very sorry but I'm not that good at this, and I'm not sure exactly what I'm looking for in these errors, there sure are lots of them though but I don't know which affect me.Click start>administrative tools>event viewer (also in control panel>administrative tools) Once you’re their, click on the "View Tab"-Add/remove columns-make sure date,time,type, source,category, event columns are visible, newest first,
In left pane, click any entry. In rite pane, rite click any entry, select properties and it will give you an error message or information message. Look for similarities between them for a clue as to what might be causing the problem.
Once you are in a properties box, you can scroll through the properties of all messages using the up/down arrow buttons. When you find the suspicious errors, click the button that looks like two pages – the error message will be copied. Paste it into your post.