How to Remove MS Removal Tool

MS Removal Tool is a false security client.  These kinds of scams are nothing new and this client has actually been around for a while under the name of System Tool.  Like most fake security clients, this one likes to make it so a user can not open most programs and even highjacks your desktop and browser.  To remove MS Removal Tool you can follow out guide written below.  We should also give props to this remove MS Removal Tool Guide from removevirus.org.  They even created a few videos to help others out. PCTechGuide.com recommends you run a scan using Stopzilla How to Remove MS Removal Tool Step 1.  You first need to stop the MS Removal Tool process from running.  To do this we need to either delete or re-name the main executable for MS Removal Tool. MS Removal Tool uses unique file names on each computer it infects so the .exe file will be named differently then any other computer infected with MS Removal Tool.  However the file names will be similar to the below and the paths should be accurate.  You need to browse down to the correct file path and re-name / delete the file. It does help to be in safe mode. Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\[random]\[random].exe New Path C:\Documents and Settings\USER NAME\Local Settings\Application Data Windows Vista/7: C:\ProgramData\[random characters ]\[random characters].exe New Path C:\Users\USER NAME\AppData\Local If you find the above too hard to do we recommend you hire out a pro to help you remove this virus from your computer.  http://www.pcninja.com is our recommendation.  They are cheap in price and based in California.  They...

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