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you run as administrator all the time? For the future, burn an ISO of Kaspersky's Rescue Disc 10. It will automatically update and write the new files to your hard drive; so no worries about it becoming obsolete. This is a bootable disk, so it runs in the Pre-Post Environment(PE), before the bug can gain control. Run it in graphical mode. There's a video on RM (Remove Malware) dot com if you want some preliminary tips on running this venerable utility. It is pretty simple and easy to remember once you see the steps. This is not my web site, I am not a shill - this is all free - I just hate malware intensely, and will do anything to help folks with their PC security problems.
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