Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium Edition for PC
Oh buddy! Major bad thing man.
Restart your system. Hit F8 until you get a menu. Select "Safe Mode with Networking"
Then go here and have it remove that thing for you. Scan your computer with this after.
When all is said and done, DO IT AGAIN.
It's important not to go back to normal mode. When the computer restarts, make sure you're there to return it to safe mode (with networking).
After you scanned, with each scanner twice, restart in Normal Mode and rescan again!
I can't stress the important of these steps unless you want to reinstall Vista.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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