Unknown Trojan causing wireless connection to fail

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by Headtheball, Oct 3, 2004.

  1. Headtheball

    Headtheball Guest

    I have just downloaded the latest updated Yahoo toolbar with version 1.6 of
    antispy to my wlan notebook. I then ran antispy and found that I have an
    unknown trojan called C1xstngs.dll which it says is a keylogger. I deleted
    it and now when I boot, my wireless connection doesn't work. I get the
    following message.

    Intel (R) PRO manager PRoNoMgr.exe
    Unable to locate Component
    This application has failed to start because C1xstngs.dll was not found.
    Reinstalling this application may fix this.

    Can anyone tell me how this got into the system and can anyone tell me how
    to get my wireless connection back?
    Headtheball, Oct 3, 2004
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  2. Headtheball

    mike Guest

    pro100 network card software?
    do a google search on it.
    got the disc
    just reinstall the drivers.
    follow this link
    http://www.2-spyware.com/file-pronomgr-exe.html
    mike

    "Headtheball" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I have just downloaded the latest updated Yahoo toolbar with version 1.6

    of
    > antispy to my wlan notebook. I then ran antispy and found that I have an
    > unknown trojan called C1xstngs.dll which it says is a keylogger. I deleted
    > it and now when I boot, my wireless connection doesn't work. I get the
    > following message.
    >
    > Intel (R) PRO manager PRoNoMgr.exe
    > Unable to locate Component
    > This application has failed to start because C1xstngs.dll was not found.
    > Reinstalling this application may fix this.
    >
    > Can anyone tell me how this got into the system and can anyone tell me how
    > to get my wireless connection back?
    >
    >
    >



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    mike, Oct 3, 2004
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