05-15-2012 12:43 PM
Download OTL hxxp://oldtimer.geekstogo.com/OTL.exe (change the hxxp to http) save it to your Desktop.
Double click on OTL.exe to run it. Right click OTL.exe and select run as administator for Vista and Win 7.
Click the Scan All Users checkbox.
Change file age to 90 days
An OTL.txt and extras.txt will be created.
05-15-2012 09:15 PM
I just wanted to double check before running otl.exe, both Norton and Windows are gripping about the file. Norton says that the actual file is otl.exe.nfbjn6z.partial and is a very recent file rarely run. Microsoft also red flagged the file. Should I go ahead and run it?
05-16-2012 08:05 AM
Here are the text files.
MSE isn't on this machine, long ago Windows Defender was uninstalled, at this point I can't remember if it was from the control panel or the uninstall option in the program itself. There do seem to be some traces left that get picked up, I did a search that said it was turned off, but the program itself isn't listed for uninstallation.
I think the Microsoft warning came from the download manager in Explorer, it didn't resemble anything from Defender or MSE. The Norton insight warning occurred both on download and run, obviously there weren't any real problems.
05-16-2012 09:16 PM
Start OTL, under Copy and paste the custom script attached which you open in for instance Notepad,(include the : at the start of :OTL and all the way to the end / bottom) and run the script. (Red Run Fix Button)
The output log, should be placed in the C:\ _OTL folder after.
05-17-2012 07:48 PM
If you start OTL again but this time click the Black ClenUp button, then make sure the C:\_OTL folder is deleted.
If so you are free to go on your merry way. You are now fixed / Solved