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    Perhaps it was just a coincidence. All resolved. Many thanks for you help :-D
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    Thanks again. Feedback - doing those last few things has affected the integrity of my wireless connection. Lots of drop outs. Can't understand why, but is has been a consistent problem for the last 24 hrs that was not there before. Possibly due to flushing restore points???? I am in the process of resetting an reloading all my wireless drivers (trusted driver sites by PC provider)
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    Everything is working great. Many thanks for your help :-) About from Emsisoft Anti-Malware, is there anything else I can do to avoid this problem in future?
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    This is the log produced by OTL.
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    Got both files by clicking "Extras - Safe List". Attached
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    Did as you asked. But only OTL.TXT was created on desktop (file attached) No OTL directory exists anywhere on hard drive. Thanks
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    Still no sign of any problems at all. Its all good. Can we consider this issue closed? PS Many many thanks :-D
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    Ignore last post. Here is log obtained manually. Again no change to date of (28/9, when first run)
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    avz log (manual)
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    Hi Before i started avz, there were no problems with either IE or Firefox. When I ran the script lines in avz: 1. They ran ok 2. Log file did not update (date stamp of 28/9, 7:58pm). 3. Laptop did not reboot, so I manually rebooted it 4. Checked avz log again - no change Redid the above steps, but manually saved a log <attached> before rebooting
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    I have had no google redirections for 12 hrs, using either IE8 or Firefox 3.6.10 Will check again in 48 hrs, as I am away from pc. PS Checked my written notes - file removed by combi-fix was: C:\PROGRAM FILES\1.BAT (not c:\1.bat). Apologies
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    PS I just read through the combi-fix.log It does not mention one action that combi-fix did - it flashed up a message that it had deleted the file C:\1.BAT I guess this was an infected file???
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    File attached. Thanks
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    Hi Combofix ran to completion. I have attached the two logs. No sign of any redirects on Google running within Firefox. Problem Encountered Before the scan, I exited all antivirus & antimalware programs. But I noticed there was one a2 dll file loaded into memory though. It was still there after rebooting. During the scan I encountered the following Registry Editor error 3 times, asking me whether to send to Microsoft or not - each time I clicked "Don't Send" & wrote down the error signature: "Registry Editor has encountered a problem and needs to close Error signature Appname : regt.cfxxe Appver : 5.1.2600.5512 ModName : a2hooks32.dll ModVer : Offset : 00002907 " Should I re-boot? Should I remove this a2 file and re-run the Combi-fix process? Thanks :-)
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    Thanks. Right now - Google redirects on EVERY entry (running from Firefox). eg Tried searching for "Microsoft Recovery Console" & got redirected instead of going to Microsoft site. About to run Combofix as per your instructions.