During the daily scan AVG found a Trojan Dialer in two files, and placed them in the Virus Vault. I use broadband to connect to the internet, and until today I have never had a virus detected for a number of years.
I went to the Virus Vault and found the two infected files and tried to heal them using AVG, but the heal option is greyed out on the menu. What should I do next to these two files? Will having them removed to the Virus Vault affect the running of my computer?
stalion, it does give me the option of deleting the files, but I didn't want to do this in case the infected files were important and essential to the running of the PC. I disconnected my dial-up modem when I went broadband, so I presume the dialer cannot work on my PC.
Stalion, I have read the link about sporder.dll. Do you think downloading the scanner and remover in the article is the right course of action, or to download one of the links to dLL file fix programmes. I am very wary of removing the file only to find it is essential to the running of the computer.
VoG™, will losing my system restore points be a problem later, if I do as you suggest?
Thanks for your options. I have just restarted my computer and everything loaded up as normal. The internet connects up OK and runs at normal speed. I have therefore decided to take your preferred route (b), switch SR off and then on again to get rid of the offending file.
Do you have any ideas or suggestions regarding the sporder.dll infected file?