05-29-2009 04:12 PM - edited 05-29-2009 04:22 PM
Sorry this thing is giving you so much grief. Normally MBAM is the preferred tool for removal. Sometimes what happens, is that when another tool removes the offending Trojan, Norton is unaware of its disposal. I would recommend hanging in for a while, particularly if you are not getting any symptoms before spending money. Initbar is a misleading app. If it is active you should be getting popups telling you to download junk.
You could try this in the meantime just to see if Norton can be cleared, in case that is the problem.
Scroll down to where it is titled "The Fix" Some of the beginning may not apply to you, but it will point you to where Norton stores
threats it has found. Follow those instructions and see if we can get a clean scan.
Clear your browser cache as well in case there is a fragment that is still being recognized.
05-29-2009 05:36 PM
05-31-2009 12:54 AM
Thank you delphinium!!!!!! I finally got it out of my system.
I'm not sure that "the fix" did it all, but it definitely got me in the right place. While I was looking for the QBackup file, I actually found the "c:\users\steve allen\appdata\local\virtualstore\windows\syswow64\
Things are all good on my computer again!
Thanks you to everyone that got me through this mess! Where do I send the beer ;-)
05-31-2009 01:06 AM