I am just recovering from several viruses that were found by ad-aware, avg and spy doctor. I took evasive
action and tried to clean things up but it kept coming back. Luckily I have Fedora on my machine as well and I swicthed over and used clamav and fpscan (i think) to sort things out. I think everything is complelty fine now since no more messages from any of my windows software telling me my machine is infected.
However, I think I have deleted core files that Vista needs. I have noticed it takes a long time to turn my machine off. I have to hit the power button to turn it off! Also when I open up my wireless network manager it hangs and doesn't even come up. I am able to use the office suite and all my browsers.
Long story short, someone told me to scan my vista machine using vista utility and I have a CBS log which is telling me that some things are corrupt. I need help deciphering it. It is 33MB - wtf?
I just had a look. I have no run a
findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\logs\cbs\cbs.log >sfcdetails.txt
Not sure what this does to be honest.
I would appreciate any help. Sorry for the essay!