I just joined and for the reason... connected, but no internet after virus clean

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Post by zarko on Sat Jan 23, 2010 12:09 pm

Hello,

My problem started after I got infected by some kind of viruses at work (I noticed the F-Secure popup "Virus removed").
I don't know how to see what files were removed in F-Secure. In it's statistics I see that 2 files were cleaned, but nothing more. F-Secure version is 9.00 build 851.

After that I can not access any internet page although the connection was successfully established.
Everyone at work were having no problems.

I took the notebook home where I have another two computers (the one I'm using now connected through the lan and the home notebook that uses wireless connection) that have no problems accessing the internet and it did not work as well even though it recognized the connection, got connected (Strength: Excellent).
I simply cannot see or ping e.g. www.google.com.

ipconfig /all returned all correct information, the gateway was recognized, and the ip assigned correctly, but I cannot even ping the router.

I tried:

1. Scanned for virus leftovers with the F-Secure (no threats found)
2. Scanned with the SysClean (no threats found)
3. Tried ipconfig /renew, netsh winsock reset catalog, and netsh int ip reset reset.log, rebooted (no help)
4. Tried LSPFix (no help)
5. Tried WinSockXPFix (no help)

Now I'm scanning with the HighjackThis and will see the log when it finishes.

I am out of ideas, does anyone else have any, or at least help me with the HT log.

Thanks,

Zarko


Last edited by zarko on Sat Jan 23, 2010 5:32 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Don't bother, I solved it myself...)

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