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  1. PiperK1980, That log looks clean. Go ahead and try starting IE again to see if it works properly. With regards to the clock issue, does the clock only reset if you reboot the computer, or will it reset itself while the computer is running? If it only happens at shutdown/reboot, then it's possible that your CMOS battery is dead/dying. That would cause the clock settings to reset to their defaults periodically. Derek
  2. PiperK1980, Please run HijackThis again. When it finishes, check the following entries and click on the "Fix checked" button: R1 - HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,Search Bar = R1 - HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,Search Page = R1 - HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,Search Bar = R1 - HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\SearchURL,(Default) = O2 - BHO: {dd261c2a-c6b8-cdf9-3864-b77b3b84a952} - {259a48b3-b77b-4683-9fdc-8b6ca2c162dd} - C:\WINDOWS\system32\awywux.dll (file missing) Then, reboot and post a new Hijackthis log. Derek
  3. PiperK1980, Welcome to the forums. Since you can't access Internet Explorer, just follow the pre-post instructions omitting the Panda scan for now. Derek
  4. Jaykim, If you would like for one of our experts to assist you with removing the malware from you computer, please follow the instructions here and create a topic in the HijackThis forum with the logs. Also, please refrain from sending your logs as attachments; instead, please copy and paste the logs into the topic. Derek
  5. Squall, Welcome to MalwareBytes. Please follow the instructions located here and post the logs in this topic. Derek
  6. Exit code 0x5 stands for "Access Denied." Make sure that you're running as an Administrator on your computer, although I'm guessing that you are based on your post. It's possible that the permissions on some of your registry hives have been modified. This blog entry has a good set of instructions on how to reset them. Derek
  7. Unicorn, You should be able to use the download that AdvancedSetup linked to without any issues. Both files that it will install are listed by Microsoft as being compatible with Vista, even though Vista isn't listed as being supported. Derek