Cannot remove Trojans

  Ankermi 10:59 AM 09 Oct 11
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Operating System Windows XP

Daughter has a mobile hard drive which is showing two trojans detected under AVG.

Trojan Generic 19.AZVK and Trojan Sheur3.CBS7

When trying to remove Trojans to vault or from hardrive it says Access denied.

Please advice.

Ankermi

  proudfoot 11:38 AM 09 Oct 11

Try Emisoft Anti Malware 28 days for free. Removed all my malware

  the blade master 11:39 AM 09 Oct 11

hi you could try installing malwarebites and get rid that way couple of folkes i know tried it and that got shot of it double quick. good luck.

  onthelimit1 11:42 AM 09 Oct 11

or run the free version of Hitmanpro. here

  johnathann 13:40 PM 12 Oct 11

Try Emptying the Vault. Download the "HijackThis" Installer and use it to solve the problem.

  Ankermi 14:49 PM 12 Oct 11

Hi everyone

Hitman Pro deleted the malware on the hard drive. Tried everything else and the others remain.

Never give up!!

  finerty 23:53 PM 12 Oct 11

type in cnet on Google and search for advanced system 4 and download it and run it and c if it helps

  Terry Brown 09:16 AM 13 Oct 11

2 old favorites that usually work are ADAWARE and SPYBOT

http://www.lavasoft.com/products/adawarefree.php

http://www.safer-networking.org/en/index.html

Terry

  Ankermi 18:14 PM 13 Oct 11

Many thanks everyone. Now had success, took it to the IT guys and they did find the relevant infected files and the portable harddrive is now "clean".

Our problem now is that they obviously did a read protect to deal with it and neglected to remove it from the portable drive before handing it back.

as we do not have the original zip file or whatever on the main computer guess its a return to the IT guys to rectify.

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