Use the following 100% Free Malware Repair software to scan and remove these types of infections:


  • Rootkits
  • Bootkits
  • Spyware
  • Trojans
  • Key-Loggers
  • Viruses
  • Fake Antivirus
  • TDL4
  • TDSS
  • Alureon

These computer viral infections can be removed using the techniques listed below, ensure you have at least two complete
backups of your computer. Disable your System Restore, and temporarily stop your Antivirus program.

Here are the steps we use.


1. Disable "System Restore" bore you begin.
  • START
  • RUN
  • sysdm.cpl
  • OK
  • System Restore
  • tick / check Turn off System Restore
  • OK

2. Download and save the following software tools to your Desktop:

3. Follow the instructions and watch this
video.

4. Complete two full
backups of all your data before proceeding.

5. Ensure you disable your Antivirus program.

6. Run ONE at a time

7. Save and review the various log files.

8. Go to the DOS Prompt then to your desktop

9. At the DOS PROMPT run COMBOFIX /UNINSTALL.

10. Re-Enable your antivirus program when you are finished.

11. System Restore should be re-enabled.

12. Restart your computer.

13. Reset Internet Explorer
  • Open Internet Explorer
  • TOOLS
  • INTERNET OPTIONS
  • ADVANCED (tab)
  • RESET
  • RESET
  • CLOSE
  • Exit IE and then restart it.

When IE restarts it will ask you if you want to Use recommended security and compatibility settings, tick / check the box and follow the defaults, as you can modify your settings later.

14. How To Change your Start Page
  • enter your desired start-page URL (like http://google.com) into the address bar
  • TOOLS
  • INTERNET OPTIONS
  • USE CURRENT
  • OK.



Use these no cost programs to remove Rootkits, Bootkits, Spyware, Trojans, Key-loggers, Viruses, Fake Antivirus Virus, TDL4, TSS, Alureon to reclaim your PCs security and improve your computers performance



Use the 100% Free Malware Repair Software Web Scanner Utility and Cleaner. Ensure you have two complete backups and read all of the instructions before proceeding