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Whenever i run regedit.exe ,after sometime window dissappears

I found 5 malwares on my pc by using Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware which were not detected by AVG free :
Backdoor.bot
backdoor.bot
hijack.regedit
hijack.taskmanager
hijack.folderoption
But i failed to remove them by using the above malware..
Also when i tried to edit registry by running regedit.exe the window dissappears before i could reach till editing window .What should i do?
I am thinking to install two antiviruses.

Please help.

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Hello Friend,

Dont install two antiviruses it is not recommended
1.It slow downs the computer
2.There is a clash between two antiviruses .so they dont detect any viruses.
3.Try Kaspersky Antivirus or Kaspersky Internet Security..trial period 1 month


i think it helps.

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