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  1. Ako says:

    Nice post; I stupidly went to somepage the other day after thinking it was clean, I don’t know why. If there is a possibly way, could there be a file to delete that is affecting my PC In any way?

  2. Maiev says:

    The fix:

    Download HiJackThis ( http://www.trendsecure.com/portal/en-US … s/download ) and save to desktop.

    Reboot in safe mode: Spam F8 while rebooting and choose safe mode.

    Once in safe mode: Start > Run > type cmd > hit ok.

    In command prompt type: regsvr32 /u C:WINDOWSSYSTEM32smart.dll

    Hit enter.

    Once in safemode run hijackthis, choose perform a system scan.

    Look for O20 – Winlogon Notify: Fly – C:WINDOWSSYSTEM32smart.dll

    Check it, hit fix checked.

    Browse to C:WINDOWSSYSTEM32smart.dll and delete the file. If the file does not delete, try restarting in normal mode and deleting it.

    Reboot normally, run HiJackThis for smart.dll, it seemed to not reinstall itself tho.

    Source: BG http://www.bluegartrls.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=34205

  3. Jowah says:

    Also, most keylogger detects keystrokes only, good idea is to use an on-screen keyboard

  4. Lokyar says:

    Question: Is there a way to recover your password besides having it reset and physically mailed to you?

    Reason: Ive been using Save Password for about 3+ years now. Normally not a problem since I use about 2-3 passwords throughout the internet, but when they changed the requirements for the password I altered my password to something i normally dont use. And now I cant remember it >_>

  5. Maiev says:

    Nope. I’ve looked into it, its totally encrypted. I’ve previously also tried to recover the password for a friend who lost his password but also don’t have his CD… kinda in the same situation as you.

    The best way is to keep a backup copy of your PlayOnline folder, as that folder (I forgot which file, but a file inside that) has your login information, and is not machine dependant, meaning if you copy it to another machine, you can start auto login there.

  6. Lokyar says:

    Actually I can login fine, Im trying to find my password so that I can use the Playonline community

  7. odin says:

    um…how do i…nvm prolly a bad idea


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