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The scan didn't find any malware but it did give me a list of Other Issues.

 

do I need to correct any of these?? I use Win XP home, and my browser is FFox.

 

I have a pretty shaky system so I'd appreciate any advice :-)

 

 

"Service termination timeout is out of admissible values"

"Process response timeout is out of admissible values"

"Autorun from hard drives is allowed"

"Autorun from network drives is enabled"

"CD/DVD autorun is enabled"

"Removable media autorun is enabled"

"Microsoft Internet Explorer: clear history of typed URLs"

"Microsoft Internet Explorer - disable caching data received via protected channel"

"Microsoft Internet Explorer: disable sending error reports"

"Microsoft Internet Explorer: clear the list of trusted domains"

"Microsoft Internet Explorer: clear list of pop-up blocker exceptions"

"Microsoft Internet Explorer: enable cache autocleanup on browser closing"

"Microsoft Internet Explorer: start page reset"

 

the last one, my Home page is the same as it's always been but maybe Home page and Start page are different?

 

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The scan didn't find any malware but it did give me a list of Other Issues.

 

do I need to correct any of these?? I use Win XP home, and my browser is FFox.

 

I have a pretty shaky system so I'd appreciate any advice :-)

"Service termination timeout is out of admissible values"

"Process response timeout is out of admissible values"

"Autorun from hard drives is allowed"

"Autorun from network drives is enabled"

"CD/DVD autorun is enabled"

"Removable media autorun is enabled"

"Microsoft Internet Explorer: clear history of typed URLs"

"Microsoft Internet Explorer - disable caching data received via protected channel"

"Microsoft Internet Explorer: disable sending error reports"

"Microsoft Internet Explorer: clear the list of trusted domains"

"Microsoft Internet Explorer: clear list of pop-up blocker exceptions"

"Microsoft Internet Explorer: enable cache autocleanup on browser closing"

"Microsoft Internet Explorer: start page reset"

 

the last one, my Home page is the same as it's always been but maybe Home page and Start page are different?

 

Whoops ...I tried to upload the GetSystemInfo.txt but the file was too large.

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Basically, you can ignore those. Maybe. It's up to you.

 

Those items are routine detections for vulnerability scans. More info can be had by googling the items.

 

GSI: You can upload your gsi report to the gsi parser site, then post the link to the parsed report.

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I'm trying to run that and generate the GSI file, but it says I'm not the administrator, but I'm logged in as the Owner and Administrator. See screenshot.

 

what do I need to do to make this work?

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Was that scan to find malware Rich? Reason I ask is, I was having issues with slow system, and browsers opening slowly, taking over a minute +.

 

now, I can't really say yet if my system is better but, now my browser opens in seconds :-)

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Your logs look clean. Please uninstall stuff that you don't need.

 

Your logs show files from: Kaspersky, AVG, Winpatrol, Malwarebytes, SuperAntispyware, AdAware, Avast, Glary, etc. Too many of these items/their leftovers will cause conflict type issues.

 

Please clear the contents of your Temp folder, instructions: http://support.kaspersky.com/1161 and then reboot.

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Big relief Rich, thanks for the help!

 

say, I used Revo to uninstall the Glary, and the Avast uninstaller in Safe mode to remove it.

 

How do I get the remains? I've run CCleaner in the registry mode,

 

thanks again for the help!

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also I don't see either of those sys info, or av24 in my Ad / Remove Programs, or in REvo uninstaller, do I just delete those?

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You may safely ignore them as long as everything is working as expected.

 

P.S. Windows XP is not supported by Microsoft anymore. We highly recommend to migrate to newer OS as this puts your personal data at high risk.

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