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Virus: Win32/Patched.DO has infected my computer. My anti-virus software can't remove it because it's ''White-Listed (Attached to a critical system and can't be removed)'' The system it's attached to is C:WINDOWSsyestem32driversatapi.sys How do I get rid of it?

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