Re: Jswx.log (how do I rid this)

From: RustyM (RM_at_RMcom)
Date: 10/22/04

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    Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2004 11:50:35 -0700

    thanx madmaxx-I did forget to include in my orig. post that i have done
    HJThis scans as well- I viewed the running processes and only saw stuff that
    I use including lots of Microsoft programs. Nothing fishy their. Is there a
    was to delete this jswx log permanently??? I coulnt tell u for sure when aI
    first noticed it but I think its been there at least a year. I have deleted
    it several times and when it comes back, it is probably empty. Then as days,
    weeks go by, the file gets larger as I said with the same thing in it,
    MainInitGlobals - Web Function
    MainInitWindow - Web Function OVER & OVER again. this is really bothering

    Thanks so very much for your help-! ! ! !
    "madmax" <> wrote in message
    > RustyM wrote:
    > > Hi- For about a month now I have been trying to get rid of this. I
    > > many mvp advises. If done
    > > scans; many in safe mode. THis jswx.log never comes up as anything. See,
    > > when I delete this log that is in  my  'C 'drive, the next time I
    > > its back again. When I open it, notepad, it displays this: WinMain - Web
    > > Function
    > > MainInitGlobals - Web Function
    > > MainInitWindow - Web Function
    > > The longer I go without deleting it, the bigger it gets. WHAT is it?? Is
    > > supposed to be there?? a google search did not give me a clue.what can I
    > > do??
    > >
    > Have you tried running HijackThis? You could use Process Explorer to
    > view running processes.What version of windows are you using?
    > I have links to both on my site along with some others you may want to
    > -max
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