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is a real pain. It changes google search results when doing a search
and only shows affiliate and advertisement links instead of real search
results. Your computer gets infected
by visiting an infected site. A trojan downloads in the background
secretly. It usually executes whenever you open your browser. The other damage it can cause is
to redirect the pages of the websites to spam and ad websites or bring
up ad pop ups on the screen. If your
computer got infected with the Google redirect virus, do not panic.
There are ways to fix Google redirect virus in some simple steps and
also protect your PC from future attacks.
have calmed down, open the System32 folder. This is the first step to href="http://www.redirectvirusremoval.net">fix Google redirect virus.
You can find it in the Windows folder. If you cannot find the Windows
folder look for it either on your local drive or drive C So you found the System 32 folder? Great.
Now look for "regedit.exe" and click on it. Rename "regedit.exe" to something you
can remember. After that disable it.
Why? Because this is the place where the Google redirect virus executes
download anti-mailware. Install it and let it run. It is very
important to download the most recent version of anti-mailware. Why?
Because only the most updated version might be able to get rid of
Google redirect virus and it will also fix other infections. Another
important note: make sure the website you are downloading anti
malware from is secure and reputable. You do not want to end up
infecting your computer with even more viruses, do you? This is
important because there are many unscrupulous vendors who offer spyware
as software and the user will be exposing their systems to more harm. It is important to scan all files and folders on your
harddrive. This is to make sure that the software finds all threats and
infections on your PC and can fix them.
You should then head back to the “System32” folder and change the name
of the folder back to the original (regedit). Ok, after you have completed the step above go to the start
menu, click on run. Now you will have to type in "regedit". This will
open the registry editor window. Look for
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE. Once you found it, choose "software". Then select “Microsoft” and on
the “Windows” tab pick “CurrentVersion” and then “run”.
Look at the right window for an exe file called
RegSVR32=%system%msmsgs.exe. Delete it.
It is extremely important to double or even triple
check that you are deleting the right file. If you delete another file
you might delete an important registry file which may result in having
to install the whole operating system again. To complete the process you are
required to restart the computer.
If you did everything correctly, href="http://www.redirectvirusremoval.net">Google redirect virus
should have been removed from your system. I recommend going to Google and starting a search to make
sure the virus is indeed gone. If the virus is indeed gone, you
should now see real search results and not fake links. The last step is to update your antivirus software
to make sure that your computer does not get infected again.