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Ive Tried, The Windows XP Recovery Virus

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#1 Sam1211


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Posted 02 June 2011 - 12:43 PM

I have been researching the Virus for days now ran alot of scans on this virus with Malwarebytes and The Eset Nod, Im still having this virus, i have ran it in safe mode and put the malwarebytes address in the "run" ran it got rid of like 11 bugs then I ran it again got another 1, (i love malwarebytes for my needs but this virus is testing me), This is the Computer at my office so we have a computer tech guy but hes not in the same state and is busy, Note: he gave me the insturctions i have tried so far, he had me do a sytem recovery so i have started my computer up in regular mode and ran virus scan on both malwarebytes and Eset, they have both told me im clean, BUT i unhide my icons and BAM right there is the windows xp recovery i cant get rid of it! i even right clicked it and "ran with malwarebytes and Eset" and its saying its clean?? This is a really bad virus for hiding its self and looking safe, I dont know how to get it off now that my virus scans says its safe but i am 100% positive it is still there.

Edited by hamluis, 02 June 2011 - 01:33 PM.
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