There's also a freeware program - Advanced Process Manipulator that will
let you examine the exe files running within services
(in this case probably Explorer.exe) and terminate them. Once they're no
longer in use, the file should be deletable.
Next - See the information on this site: http://www.aumha.org/a/parasite.htm
particularly the sections on the correct methods of running:
Spybot Search&Destroy 1.3 and
Ad Aware SE has now replaced AdAware 6
(See Lavasoft forums for a guide to full scan recommended settings on this
Also read the section on using and interpreting
NOTE: DO NOT use the 'fix' option on 'HiJack This' without advice.
Everything including necessary system files and settings are included along
with the bad stuff. Instead if needed post the log at a forum such as: http://forums.spywareinfo.com/index.php?showtopic=5622&...
Malware is very good at using 'windows-like' file names to complicate
things further for the unwary.
Hope this helps
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> How can I delete a virus called "W32.beagle" infecting a file called
> _dll.exe in my windows systems folder?