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Windows Vista Problem Dekalb County Police Department 14/06/04(Wed)13:16 No. 21187 ID: 9aaf25

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It's not the OS I'm having a problem with, it's Otshot. I wiped all the viruses off my computer (including Otshot) but ever since then, It pops up with a message: Unable To Load Skin.
I click OK
Then it reads: Would You Like to load to Outlook?
I click no and it goes away.
This happens on every startup on my computer.
>How do I remove it?

Anonymous 14/06/05(Thu)00:59 No. 21188 ID: 10d6c2

Backup Data, format, reinstall OS, restore data. It's the only way to be sure.

Otherwise you can just keep installing and running scans with different AV programs in the hope that one of them will detect whatever is still installed and catch it. The days of being able to depend upon a single AV program for detection and cleanup are long, long gone.

Anonymous 14/06/07(Sat)01:52 No. 21189 ID: e9ee54

One trick is to turn the system off and let it sit in the corner for a month or two. Then turn it back on but don't connect it to a network. Use a second system to download current definitions for all the various scanners you have installed, copy them over using a flash drive, then runs scans.

With every day that passes you raise the chance of the AV company having a sample submitted to them, and since the infected system is off the network it can't auto-update to a newer version of malware(s).

Its not perfect by any means, especially if you've been downloading executables off the internet from torrent sites or the like, but without formatting it's probably your best shot.

Anonymous 15/07/17(Fri)08:27 No. 21867 ID: 4308ad

click start menu, in search box type in msconfig, go to the startup tab, uncheck Otshot whatever the fuck that is.

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