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Eventhough you think that the trojan was gone still,
That symptoms are compatible with the behaviour of a Trojan, the file Manager.exe in C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Application
Data\Adobe will show as not having an icon, or author information and
everything else. Delete it. It is not from an Adobe product
Download Sysinternals Suite from http://www.sysinternals.com and run autoruns.exe to cleanup your registry manually. and go to malwarebytes.org and use it.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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you need to press F8 while the pc is booting for a startup in safe mode, then when in safe mode select start windows in safe mode, go to my computer, properties>system restore tab and turn off system restore and then run the scan again as these trojans cannot be deleted when the pc is in normal use.
If your antivirus finds them but cannot heal, make a note of the file that has the trojan and then search for the file and delete it manually.
Ensure after the trojans are deleted that you tuirn system restore back on
Oct 21, 2007 | PC Laptops
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