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AzH

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#1 10 years ago

Anyone here any good with Hijack this log files? I need one looking at.




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#2 10 years ago

slap it in here, we'll see what can be done.


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#3 10 years ago

What I do is use a combination of my awareness of what programs are on my PC and the HjT auto analyzer to determine what needs deleting. If I'm unsure I Google anything the analyzer doesn't know about. [COLOR=Blue]HijackThis Logfileauswertung[/COLOR]




Kilobyte

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#4 10 years ago

Pretty much exactly what any one of us will do.

However, as n0e said, just slap it on here and he'll take a look at it.




AzH

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#5 10 years ago

Okay, let me explain the problemo I have first.

It's my DVD Drive. It fails to be recognised by the system after a certain period of time. I can't. It will be there, and then will just disappear from "My Computer". The drive still functions in that I can open it, insert a disc etc, but the drive is not picked up by the system. Ihave tried the following without success.

1) Installed a new DVD Drive. Took out the old one and put in a brandnew one. Still get the same error.

2) Reinstalled my O/S. Painful, but I reinstalled Vista as I thought maybe it was something left in the registry from when I upgraded from XP. Still get the same problem.

I'm monitoring it now. It was not working, I switched off and back on the PC, and it is now visible. This was at 09:20. Will keep an eye out and see when it stops.

Attached are the HJT log and also 2 x logs from Deckard's System Scanner. This is really pissing me off. :D




AzH

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#6 10 years ago

It's no longer being found by the computer. Just disappeared. I didn't do anything, in fact I've been out so PC was inactive.




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#7 10 years ago

The Hijackthis log is completely clean. You should be proud of how little processes you've managed to have running on a fully operational computer.




AzH

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#8 10 years ago

That's because I formatted my hard drives yesterday and reinstalled my OS. Still hasn't fixed the problem though. :(




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#9 10 years ago

If the problem has survived the reformat and the change of the equipment, then it's probably a cable or the motherboard.

I think Windows doesn't realise a bit of hardware is disconnected until it needs to use it, which is why it's strange that the drive disappears on its own accord after a while. If it were the cable, I believe the drive would be visible at all times, unless it is used.

Sounds like the motherboard, but know more I do not.

Er, you didn't happen to check if the drive worked fine under XP, did you?




AzH

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#10 10 years ago

It may have been a little tempramental when it was on XP. I'm fucked if it's a mobo issue though.