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Try using Trojan Remover from simplysup.com The Trojan Remover didn't find the Trojan on my PC but was the only program I found that would actually delete the file.
To remove the Trojan from C:restore-temp You need to delete your restore files. The best thing to do is a system restore. If you do not have a safe restore point, Just delete the restore files.You can do this by going to My Computer properties (System Properties) select System Restore tab and check turn off system restore, click apply. Now your restore files together with the Trojan will be removed. Now turn on System Restore again. Could you please give the Trojan name?
Always Keep Deleting All files from your Temp Folder that is located in c:\windows\temp By this you may get rid of any virus, otherwise attempt an online scan by going to Housecall.antivirus.com Regards Nauman Turn off System Restore, delete all cookies and temp files, restart your computer, run AVG, and then remove the virus, restart. Turn System Restore back on and restart.
On Windows XP: Restart windows in safe mode (press F8 after 2nd boot screen), then: 1. browse to c:\windows\system32 and search and delete bridge.dll 2. browse to c:\documents and settings\YOURUSERNAME\local settings\temp and delete all files restart windows in normal mode.
Use AVG antivirus program and keep updated on internet.The latest version is AVG 7, but AVG 6 will work. Do a complete scan: the Tropjan will be detected and cleaned away. I recently acquired this file and successfully removed it (from Windows\Temp\ICD1.TMP\DMPROXY.DLL)
Remove Downloader Turown HI found the Downloader.Turown.H inside the file Iedriver.exe. Iedriver.exe was inside the file abcA0F1.exe, wich was in c:\Windows\Temp directory. My Windows is the 98E.abcA0F1.exe is a winzip file. Rename this file to Filexx.zip and click in it. Winzip will show you 12 files, including Iedriver.exe.By the way, my anti-virus is AVG 6.After doing a copy of abcA0F1.exe in a 3 1/2 disquette, I deleted it from the HD.AVG did not find any virus in my computer.
Just delete temporary internet files by clicking Delete file Button in the Internet Options (Tools>Internet Options) If you find this info useful, please vote
I found this Trojan with my AVG V7 and it could not heal or remove it. AVG did identify it as being embeded in the file "D:\Temp\Sentry.cab:\Sentry.exe"I can't save if this would be advisable for everyone to do but I deleted the "Sentry.cab" and it hasn't turned back up in the past few days nor does there seem to be any adverse affect on my PC from the deletion.
Look in the Windows folder, it is in there.
Run the free antivirus utility, AVG Anti-Virus System - Free Edition. Available at http://free.grisoft.com/freeweb.php/doc/2/
temp in the run command box causes windows explorer to open showing the contents of the windows\temp directory.
just follow the path it gives you on details in avg clickin on the folders it shows you in order till you reach the last file (don't click the last one) then delete the last file it gives you (you should turn off system restore before doing this because it likes to hide in your driver file and your temporary internet files also delete all your temp internet files they are unneeded and like to hide trojans :) you can also run this program free Trojan tracker http://vil.nai.com/vil/stinger/ just download and run it :)