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My internet connection keeps shutting on and off every 10 seconds or so. I opened Windows Task Manager and noticed that this program called ipconfig was popping up exactly when my internet connection would shut down and then after a second or two, would terminate and my internet connection would return. So I searched for this program and found that it was in the folder C:/Windows/System32.

Originally, I just moved ipconfig.exe out of the folder and that seemed to fix the internet connection. However, now this program keeps appearing even after I delete it so I cant keep a constant internet connection. What's going on?

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Go to start -> run -> type this, msconfig -> go to the start up tab. Then simply post the names of each thing here. Or you could just run hijackthis and post a log.
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these are just the things that are check-marked:

WkUFind
iTouch
Logi_MwX
DNTDKQXK
LVCOMS
scvhost
soundtask
msawindows
realsched
daemon
cdaEngine0400
jusched
rbenh
ViewMgr
rb32
OneTouch
MXOALDR
qttask
NeroCheck
2PortalMon
winampa
iTunesHelper
RUNDLL32
cli
ccApp
VPTray
CursorXP
DSAgnt
LaunchPd
ATIDtct
ATIRW
ATI CATALYST System Tray
HotSync Manager
InterVideo WinCinema Manager

I dont know what half of these things are for...
 

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I would suggest scanning your computer for spyware and viruses.

Download these, update them and scan your computer:
Ewido
Ad-Aware SE
Spybot Search & Destroy
Microsoft Antispyware

I would also go to Trend Micro and do the online scans.

Blitze105 said:
Go to start -> run -> type this, msconfig -> go to the start up tab. Then simply post the names of each thing here. Or you could just run hijackthis and post a log.
-blitze
I would hight recommend doing this.

WkUFind - Microsoft Works I believe, you don't need to have this start.
iTouch - Logitech Keyboard Software
Logi_MwX - Logitech Software
DNTDKQXK - I don't know, it could by spyware
LVCOMS - Could be spyware
scvhost - I haven't seen this under the startup tab
soundtask - Sound card drivers and software
msawindows - I don't think this should be here, maybe spyware
realsched - Real Player, you can disable this
daemon - Some Daemon tools you may have
cdaEngine0400 - Nero??
jusched - I don't think this should be here either
rbenh - Not sure what this is, try disabling this
ViewMgr - Viewpoint manager
rb32 - not sure
OneTouch - Your Maxtor External HD software
MXOALDR - not sure
qttask - Quicktime
NeroCheck - Nero
2PortalMon - This sounds like spyware
winampa - Winamp Agent
iTunesHelper - Itunes
RUNDLL32 - I don't remember seeing this in the start up process
cli - ???
ccApp - Norton
VPTray - Norton
CursorXP - ???
DSAgnt - ???
LaunchPd - ???
ATIDtct - ATI Drivers
ATIRW - ATI Drivers
ATI CATALYST System Tray - ATI Drivers
HotSync Manager - Hotsync for your Palm Device
InterVideo WinCinema Manager - You DVD player software
 

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With the "???" a hijack log could help us alot to decipher those... but yeah definitely do as we said... run the programs phubeone suggested, fix what they say, then post a hijackthis log.
-blitze
 

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well, I disabled a few of the things you told me to, and now my internet connection is fine...for now. Hopefully it stays that way.

Thanks to Blitze and phubeone!
 

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cli = command line interface ( keep that ) Launch pad = Ati startup bar ( keep that ) CursorXP = stardock thing for custom cursors ( keep that ) DSAgnt sound like it could be a Dr.Watson program but im not sure so disable it an if you find that somethings not running right you can re-enable. As for the ipconfig.exe thats a DOS command that lets you configure ips manually............its not a program so it sounds more like spyware/virus/trojan. Some things you can try are go into msconfig an look for that under services ( you can try disabling it ) or do a regedit an see what it falls under..........if its something odd like pr0nfiles ;) or something then its definently a virus. Other than that try getting a virus scanner or spyware remover.
 
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