My PC Infected MS Removal Tool

April 24, 2011 at 17:53:41
Specs: Windows XP
I somehow grew to become infected using a virus that comes up declaring it truly is referred to as "MS Removal Tool two.20." It runs fake program scans and says that We've numerous defects on my difficult generate and RAM errors, and many others. It's got concealed a lot of files and shortcuts and makes it difficult to make use of my personal computer. Please offer any help to remove this. I'm working a total Malicious Computer software Elimination scan right now, but I do not understand that that can resolve registry issues, and so forth. Support,plz.
Thanks a lot!

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April 24, 2011 at 19:41:15
For the bogus MS Removal Tool program removal, try the following:
Reboot your computer
Start tapping the F8 key on your keyboard until you reach the boot options screen
Using the arrow keys on your keyboard, select Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter

In Safe Mode, log in as the same user you are in normal Windows mode
Next, download Rkill:
Click on the Download Now button labeled: iExplore.exe download link
Double-click on the iExplore.exe icon to run
Do not reboot your computer after running RKill as the malware program will start again!
Download Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware (MBAM):
Save the program to the Desktop
On the Desktop, double-click mbam-setup.exe to install the program, and follow the prompts
If an update is found, MBAM will download and install the latest.
At the main program window
Make sure the following is checked: Perform Quick Scan

Click: Scan (The scan may take some time to finish, so please be patient.)
When the scan completes, a message box appears, click OK

At the main Scanner screen:
Click on: Show Results
A screen displaying the malware found shows

Make sure everything found is checked, and click: Remove Selected
When the disinfection is complete, you may be prompted to Restart the computer. Please do so.

When MBAM finishes removing malware, a log opens in Notepad
The log is automatically saved and can be viewed by clicking the Logs tab.

Please provide the contents of the MBAM log in your reply so we can see whether the program did its job.

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