Originally Posted by Only Racing
This one's much worse, all over the net there really isn't a good fix for it sincei it's a rootkit virus which stays in the boot partition. I've paid Norton 100 USA for removal and they didn't get it off. I actuallknow the one you are talking about also.
I wish it was that easy for mine but this is ridiculous, I hate to lose all my settings.
I got tired of that crap, bought a massive (for me) additional hard drive and now the only thing on my c:// drive are programs. All data, images etc are on the other drive. If I get a virus that I can't get rid of quickly, I simply restore the C:// drive and reload my programs. I found this much easier and quicker than spending countless hours trying to get rid of a stubborn virus/trojan etc.