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Removal of virus

TAGA Gapo kmi Lupit ni Patric.... appears on my page next to the page name at the top I have run all sorts of anti virus and anti spyware and nothing removes it - how can I get rid of this

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    anything you can report about where that software came from? that phrase is from indonesia

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Download :
1. AVG
2. Spybot
Run both for scanning and remove any infections. If this does not do it...reboot in safe mode and re-reun the scans.
For safe mode reboot and hit F8 (on most computers) and choose 'safe mode'.

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