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help me remove svchost.exe virus ive tried everything

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by snakebite1988, Dec 3, 2011.

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  1. snakebite1988

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    ok so i got a svchost.exe virus that avast keeps catching and saying the following;

    trojan detected
    object; F:\copy of shortcut to (4).lnk
    infection: Win32:starter-BH[trj]
    Action: Moved to chest
    Process: C:\Windows\sysWOW64\Svchost.exe

    doesnt matter how many times i have deleted it (or avast has) it keeps coming up every 5 seconds

    i have located it, its hiding on a sd card i had in the computer, and keeps building files in there under a folder its created "recycler"
    but i cant delete the files because they keep coming back.

    i have pulled the sd card out which stops the trojan but theres something trying to access windows command processor, maybe its wrote itself into the registry? i dont know but i need to fix it



    please please please dont come back and say that its not a virus, in fact dont comment if thats what your gonna say, check google it is a common virus, i know what svchost.exe does but this isnt the original program.

    secondly ive ran every malware and virus scanner i know inc; malware bytes, avast, panda security ect and none of them find it to delete it.


    please somebody help me
     
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