You need to run these 5 essential steps to remove all the spyware on your computer.
1. Run Deckard's System Scanner (DSS)
2. Run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
3. Run the anti spyware removal programs spybot
4 Run Superantispyware
5. Run a complete scan with free curing utility Dr.Web CureIt!
Install threat fire which will enhance your antivirus protection
I don't know if there is a better solution but I think you have to reinstall windows
right click my computer, properties, system restore, uncheck system restore this will solve it
AVG seems to take care of it now, using version 7, updated 14 Nov '04.
I think that some more info is needed like what operating system you use, have you tried to do it from a bootscan, what virus detection system do you have before this can be answered.
Downloads popup generator malware and propagates the infection to other dummy system files. This contains the wintrim downloader Trojan
Disable your system restore, then reboot your comp, then after it boots back up, enable your system restore again. That will get rid of all of those stored files and settings in the System Volume Info folder..
I had to clean my system and it remove windows xp can you help me put this back
AVG for windows seems to get rid of the downloader, but sometimes it comes back. i personally don't thonk you can get rid of them uless you are willing to do a full system restore. good luck!
Try downloading and installing NOD32 (www.nod32.com) and perform a full system scan with NOD32 scanner (if the Trojan is already resident in memory, you might need to start Windows in Safe mode first).
You can remove the pop up by activating your operating system by buying a activation code from Windows.
You can remove it in safe mode. Just keep hitting F8 during bootup, then select safe mode. Once Windows loads, delete c:/do.exe. This is the quick and dirty way to stop this virus. Best to download and install AVG afterwards, and do a full system scan for remnants, but this will let you start the system at least.
On Windows XP: Restart windows in safe mode (press F8 after 2nd boot screen), then: 1. browse to c:\windows\system32 and search and delete bridge.dll 2. browse to c:\documents and settings\YOURUSERNAME\local settings\temp and delete all files restart windows in normal mode.
Turn off system restore and run a virus scan in safe mode. Email me if you have more questions.
Start up in safe mode. Then open the folder windows\system 32 and locate the kerberos.exe right click and do an antivirus scan. followed by qaurantining it. reboot and rescan. Bobs ur auntie
You can delete it directly from C:\WINDOWS\system32.
Start the computer in SAFE MODE, Open Control Panel, Internet Options, and on the General page, under Temporary Internet Files, choose "Delete Files".
Here is what worked for me. First I turned off windows system restore. Second I ran Spybot S&D and Adawae thirds I did a search for c2mdz in the registry and deleted the key lastly I deleted the folder cd2ndz under program files that finally cured it. good luck
To get rid of that Trojan file turn off System Restore and restart your computer then run another virus scan and it should come up clean. AV programs can't remove virus/virus infected files from System Restore. Don't forget to turn on System Restore again after you do the above. To disable Windows XP System Restore right click on My Computer, click on the System Restore tab and select Turn Off System Restore. Don't forget to turn it back on after doing the above.
If you can't remove the Acrobat Reader from the Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel. You can manually delete that in the Program Files. Program Files is a folder in Microsoft Windows operating system where applications that are not part of the operating system are installed by default. Find the folder of Acrobat Reader and delete. To complete remove the Acrobat Reader Empty the Recycle Bin.
Windows Pro is not a operating system.
You Format the Hard Drive then re install a operating system
An operating system (OS) is a collection of software that manages computer hardware resources and provides common services for computer programs. The operating system is a vital component of the system software in a computer system. Application programs require an operating system to function.Windows 1.0Windows 3.1Windows 7Windows NTWindows XPWindows 95Windows 98Windows 2000Windows 8Windows Vista
Most applications that are considered part of Windows are found in a separate menu known as Windows Components. In Windows XP, open Add or Remove Programs, then click Add / Remove Windows Components to start the wizard. Look for Windows Media Player and untick the check box and click next. Depending on the system one may need the XP Installation Disk handy.
Windows 7 is the latest Windows Operating System