Ç̧ÇØ 19:38 03 Mar 2004

when i run msconfig and look at my start up items
i have the following item

bchxoobl c:\...\...\..bchxoobl.exe -QuieT

does anyone know what this.....

ty in advance....

  hugh-265156 19:45 03 Mar 2004

cannot find any info for bchxoobl or bchxoobl.exe but the -quiet would make me suspicious as i think this means it,whatever it is,is trying to hide from you or can run without you knowing etc.

i may be wrong.

have you run an up to date av?

  Ç̧ÇØ 19:53 03 Mar 2004

i have norton av updated,
when i uncheck it in start up and reboot, its activated again.......

  Big Elf 19:56 03 Mar 2004

Try this:

Download, update and run the following

Spybot click here

AdAware click here

  hugh-265156 19:58 03 Mar 2004

have you run a scan with norton?

try also a check for spyware click here click here i would use both,make sure you update them before running and remove anything they find.

  hugh-265156 19:58 03 Mar 2004

sorry Big Elf.im too slow. :-)

  Big Elf 20:08 03 Mar 2004

We all do it although VoG usually beats me to the draw.

  Ç̧ÇØ 00:04 04 Mar 2004

i ran adaware and spybot, its still in my start up.....
i have deleted the bchxoolbl.exe file, when i reboot it comes back again...

  GaT7 00:17 04 Mar 2004

It's probably present in the Registry as well in some shape or form. Have a look in there, delete all references & reboot.

  hugh-265156 01:39 04 Mar 2004

i would not delete anything just yet untill you find out what it is if spybot or adaware didnt detect it.could cause more problems.

did you update spybot and adaware before running them?

did either find bchxoobl and mark it as spyware? did you then remove it and its come back again? is this what you are saying?

try this:

start up spybot search and destroy in advanced mode(from start/all programs)

click tools/system startup and double click on the entry listed for bchxoobl.any info given for it here?

  tafoody 01:46 04 Mar 2004

would the full address give us more clue's?

bchxoobl c:\...\...\..bchxoobl.exe -QuieT

do you have the info you have given as dots, or is that how it appears.

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