|ok, if you're like me who has been looking and looking on how to delete this awful virus which will eventually corrupt your system, don't repeat the question on the reply. PLEASE GIVE US THE COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS HOW... PLEASE PLEASE. FOR COMPUTER DUMMIES.|
PROBLEM: wininit.exe and explorer.exe virus (critical/system file that should not be removed).
TRIED: eHow solution: DOES NOT WORK. dead end when you get to running your anti virus. it doesn't allow you to delete anything after the scan. I don't know what to do after the scan.
TRIED: (from a thread reply) You can’t find it because it’s hidden. It’s called Bymer trojan. Download the automatic Bymer Trojan remover from Trend Micro using the link below. Unzip the file and save it to your desktop. Open the "for NT" folder. Click on the file and choose Run. Follow the prompts from there.
TRIED: How to Clean/Delete the Bymer trojan?
The registry needs to edited to delete this Trojan
1. Click START, RUN
Type REGEDIT and hit ENTER key
2. In the left panel, click the "+" to the left of the following:
3. In the right panel, search for any of the registry key that contains the data value of bymer.scanner = "%virus path and filename%"
Where %virus path and filename% is the complete path of the Trojan.
4. Make a note of the exact path to the virus, then close Regedit.
5. Restart the Computer in MS-DOS Mode.
6. Delete the file name referenced in Step 3 above
7. Reboot the system
8. Following the information in Steps 1 and 2, open Regedit and proceed to the Run line
In the right window, highlight the registry key that loads the file and press the DELETE key. Answer YES to delete the entry. Exit the registry.
9. Scan your system with an up-to-date antivirus program and clean any infected files
**i have sooooo many questions and dead ends on this one. i'm afraid i might just ruin the computer more.
TRIED: You can’t find it because it’s hidden. It’s called Bymer trojan. Download the automatic Bymer Trojan remover from Trend Micro using the link below. Unzip the file and save it to your desktop. Open the "for NT" folder. Click on the file and choose Run. Follow the prompts from there.
***this one was promising but after you clicked "forNT" and click the application, the window closes.