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    AO's Resident Redneck The Texan's Avatar
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    can someone explain these errors to me?

    My friend has these errors on his computer and he has no anti virus! when he tries to connect to the Internet he gets this error:C:doume~1\travis\locals\temp\wer27f.tmp.dir00\appcompat.txt and when he tries to do system restore he gets these errrors: C:docume~1\travis\locals\temp\wer282.tmp.dir00\appcompat.txt and C:\windows\system 32\6no4svc.dll and C:\windows\system 32\6no4svc.dll. any help would be appreciated thanx.
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    Those aren't errors, they're filenames. You'll have to give more information (screenshots maybe?) for us to figure out what is wrong.
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    Tell me what u need and i will try and give u more info.
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    Amazing how a few seconds on Google found the answers for this:

    Take a look at uninstalling this: VX2.BetterInternet Remover. Or better yet, run Adaware and AntiVirus (try using AVG) in SAFE MODE. This DLL -- 6no4svc.dll -- seems rather specific to the VX2 Bundleware, so that was easy to pick up.

    appcompat.txt seems to be a file that is generated when applications crash so that one can troubleshoot the hows and whys of it. You can copy this file elsewhere and delete it from the path listed above (remember to enable the ability for the user to see all files and folders including hidden ones as I believe, IIRC, it's in a hidden directory. ). That said, it does seem related to this: Application Verifier.
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    I was at his house when i was looking at his computer so i couldnt get on the internet... i only posted this when i got home.... he doesnt have AV or adaware or spybot or any of the things he should! but thanx for the help i will let him know
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    i only posted this when i got home....
    A-ha! Which is when you should have paid Google a visit!

    he doesnt have AV or adaware or spybot or any of the things he should! but thanx for the help i will let him know
    So burn him a CD with all the goodies he needs, using the freeware that's out there:

    AVG <--- Antivirus
    Hijackthis! <--- detect suspect Registry entries
    Adaware <--- spyware detection
    CWShredder <--- Cool Websearch Detection

    Then, once he is connected, get him Mozilla or something other than IE and teach him how to use these utilities regularly. The CD Compilation can be a "toolkit" you can use to help others when asked.
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    i think 6no4svc.dll is a dll file that a spyware that gather information of the websites that you visit and then send the information to the server.
    Follow the step that MsMittens have written.

    And happy hunting :-)
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    What you're dealing with is spyware called "Look2Me" that basically tracks your surfing habits and sends them to a central server. Delete the following files and reg keys for manual removal...

    axledit.dll
    aiaamon.dll
    aktxprxy.dll
    6ao4svc.dll
    6bo4svc.dll
    6co4svc.dll
    6do4svc.dll
    6eo4svc.dll
    6go4svc.dll
    6ho4svc.dll
    6jo4svc.dll
    6ko4svc.dll
    6lo4svc.dll
    6mo4svc.dll
    6no4svc.dll
    6oo4svc.dll
    6po4svc.dll
    6so4svc.dll
    6uo4svc.dll
    6vo4svc.dll
    6wo4svc.dll
    6xo4svc.dll
    6yo4svc.dll
    AYMPARSE.DLL
    AYMPARSE.CPY.DLL
    no.exe


    look2me
    {ddffa75a-e81d-4454-89fc-b9fd0631e726}
    {ddffa75a-e81d-4454-89fc-b9fd0631e726

    Hope this helps.
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    thanx for the help. and Ms. Mittens ur right i shoulda gone to google but i just love to read ur words of wisdom :-)
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