Trojan Won't Go Away

Microsoft Windows vista home premium - 3...
June 19, 2010 at 12:15:20
Specs: Windows Vista
I currently have a Trojan TR/Crypt.XPACK.Gen is what Avira is calling it but it won't go away. I deleted it on Avira, Malyware Antibytes, and SUPERAntiSpyware all both Normal and Safe Mode and it won't go away. My internet has become EXTREMELY limited now with this Trojan and I have no Vista disc. What should I do?

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June 19, 2010 at 12:16:55
Nuke it from high orbit, a clean install followed by service packs and best practices would fix it.

Could it be that some usb device or other computer in lan or wan has this virus too?

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June 19, 2010 at 14:33:00
Hi there,

Follow the link below to download the software that is built to kill that virus.

best of luck

Imran Khan

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June 19, 2010 at 19:59:50
SUPERAntiSpyware may be a fake spyware program.

I recommend:


Both I garuntee are real, and not rouge.

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June 20, 2010 at 12:56:38
So I'll be saving up for a new computer. My old one turns on but immediatly goes to a blue screen. It's pretty much dead.

SUPERAntiSpyware worked pretty well. It got rid of a lot of other Trojans the first trojan brought in the end it couldn't save it.

Thank you all for your time and advice. Since I don't wanna pay 200 for repair on this I rather just pay 500 and get Windows 7 and a new computer. I'll be doing as the first person said and nuking my old computer. I plan on taking my ram out and then bash it with a bat for good times.

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June 20, 2010 at 21:45:03
you have a Trojan that is using the Restore and will recycle back onto your computer....Turn off system restore and download these and do full scans....there all free at downloads....
Malwarebytes anti-malware
Super anti-spyware
Also your internet couche and registry could be causing your computer to shut CC Cleaner also ..and clean up the junk on your computer.

Kristain Hayes

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