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  I have these files on my system;
BMXStateBKP
BMXState
BMXcontrolState
BKPCtrlState

Where did they come from and how do I get rid of them?
caver1

Re: bmx

says...
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Hmm, let me fire up my crystal ball....

It appears to be something called Hilfe

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reformat?

a properly up-to-date antivirus and antispyware run from Safe Mode With Command
Prompt?

System Restore to the day before you got infected?




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Re: bmx

foghollow wrote:
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THanks for the answer.
no I don't want to reformat.
Yes my antivirus is up-to-date and no it comes up clean as well as the
online scanners.
I'm not sure when this machine became infected as it is my daughters.
I have done google searches for bmx with no good answers.
so now I will search for Hilfe.
Thanks again for looking at your crystal ball.
Oh and by the way Hijackthis shows nothing.
I am not a geek but neither am I a noob. I tried all of the above before
I went to this newsgroup for some help so the sarcasm isn't really
appreciated.
caver1

Re: bmx

This might be a start: http://phorums.com.au/archive/index.php/t-112553.html

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Re: bmx

Put    BMXState    in the search box in Google.


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Re: bmx

Buffalo wrote:
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I don't expect you to reed all of the returns from google unless you
have this problem, but if you did you would find nothing definitive in
any of them.  Maybe creative,maybe a virus, maybe a trojan. One of the
antivirus sites says they are a problem but there has been no definition
written for them.
I guess my real question is does anybody know anything about them for sure?
Thanks
caver1

Re: bmx


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sure?
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The info you posted earlier mentioned nothing about the terms you put in the
Google search box or what you already knew.

Why do you think they may be a virus?
Why not submit those files to  www.virustotal.com ?
It is a free service, easy to use, and it uses many anti-virus programs for
its screening.



Re: bmx

Buffalo wrote:
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I started trying to find out about these files because of problems I was
having Firefox which didn't start until they showed up and go away when
I delete them. The only program that shows them at this time is
TinyWatcher.
I don't know if they are a virus. Because of the conflicting reports
because of the google search,etc. I am trying to find out.
I have contacted Creative to ask them if they are their files but have
received no answer yet.
Thanks for the link. I will try it.
caver1

Re: bmx


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I suppose you could uninstall the sound card to see if that takes care of
the problem.
There might be newer sound card drivers anyways.
Also you might try uninstalling FF and reinstalling it. Only takes a few
minutes. (be sure to have the install program on your HDD if you don't have
another browser available)



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