The file Trend Micro found is in the system restore. The way you get rid of it is by removing ALL system restore points.
If you have not used the programs I recommended in my first post, you should do that BEFORE removing the system restore points.
QUOTE:Trend Micro products can be configured by a user or set by a network administrator to "quarantine" a file for possible later inspection. Files tagged for quarantine are encrypted and moved to a protected folder, preventing them from further executing and causing any more harm to the user's system. Each product has a Quarantine Manager where users can then permanently delete or restore files from quarantine. Upon inspection of the stored files, an exception list (whitelist) option is also provided to avoid possible false positive detection.
It shouldn't be that difficult to find the quarantine manager after opening the Trend Micro. Look for a button that says "permanently Delete" or something like that. DO NOT use a button that says "restore" or similar that would put the files back on your system.
Info on how to remove system restore points is in the link below.http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/windows-xp-system-restore-guide/
Edited by buddy215, 27 October 2007 - 06:15 AM.