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You don't have an 'anti-virus trojan'. you have a trojan that potentially attacks your anti-virus software ;)
a system restore does not remove files, it only reverts windows to previously installed settings.
you really want to get a program to scan for and delete/purge/quarantine dodgy files.
i really do recommend Spybot S&D (search and destroy) for finding these pests, you can get it from:
it also helps prevent you getting infected in future. much better than antivirus software. this Anti-Spyware software actually does the job ;)
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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