Please download this file:http://computercops.biz/modules.php?name=F...ownload&id=1183
and then sign off the internet if you are using a dialup type connection.
Unzip the downloaded file to c:\hiving and you should now have a file hiving.bat in that c:\hiving folder. Double-click on the hiving.bat file and let it run. If you have script blocking enabled you will get a warning about whether or not you should let it run. Allow the entire script to run once. When it is done, the script will produce a message box letting you know.
Now reboot your computer. After it reboots the hidden file that was reinfecting your computer will no longer be visible.
Then continue to the next step.Step 2:
Restart the Computer.
Find this file:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\msk.dllIf you are using Windows XP Pro or 2000:
Right click on this file and select Properties
. When you are in the properties of the file, select the Security
Click on the Users
group and then in the permissions section select Full Control
. Now do this same thing with the Administrators
Now try to delete the file C:\WINDOWS\System32\msk.dll. If that fails go back into the security tab like before, and this time click on the Advanced
button and then click on the Owner
tab. Select your name in the list, and press the Apply
button. Now try to delete it again.If you are using XP Home:
XP Home does not have the security tab, so just right click on the file, and select Properties
. Then uncheck the Read Only
checkbox, press OK
and try deleting it.