|Here is what one user did and said:|
I ran rkiller (no results), followed by running TDSSkiller from the desktop as administrator. Then I ran the LATEST (just installed a new version 7 mins ago) of the Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool - it detected the consrv.dll, deleted it, and the registry key magically reverted itself to the correct value!
See if that works for you...download the above mentioned tools and try again.
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