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Posted By : Frank Martin - 11/1/2011 10:52 AM
Hello, I am looking for a free to use nameserver service where i can set up my .bit to ip mapping.
I looked a but it seems they dont accept .bit in A-records.

I Use Window Xp. But My Task Manager is Always is Disable, I Enable it but its is automatically doing disable,
can virus do this type of job if yes can scan my pc online because i use Norton anti virus and i scan pc many time but not found any threat

anyone have any suggestion


Post Edited (Andreea-Luciana Ostache) : 24-05-2012 08:26:18 GMT

Posted By : Robert Mateescu - 11/2/2011 7:01 AM
Hi Frank,

A virus can disable your access to Task Manager, Regedit and so on.
I recommend you to download Malwarebytes from the below link, install it, update it, and run a full computer scan. Return to us with the log.
The download button is in the Left side, do not download ARO or other software from the same page: .


Robert Mateescu

Support Technician EN

Posted By : Frank Martin - 11/17/2011 4:01 PM
Thanks For Taking Time to Inform me . I used Online Pc Scan with Mcafee Online Virus Scan Program

Post Edited (Andreea-Luciana Ostache) : 24-05-2012 08:26:36 GMT

Posted By : Robert Mateescu - 11/18/2011 12:07 AM
Hi Frank,

If the issue persists after running McAfee Online Virus Scan, follow the instructions from my previous post.

Robert Mateescu
Support Technician EN

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Posted By : JackMilther - 12/19/2012 8:53 AM
Ya Normally virus will detect the Task Manager in Windows XP. I too have Experienced it a lot but now i am using Windows 7. Its safe by using task manager now.

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