Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Remove QGuaayvrII.exe to unhide desktop and Start menu items captured by the dangerous executable

QGuaayvrII.exe is a main executable for fake computer performance optimizer that bears various names. The malicious file is recorded onto computer memory in such a way as to ensure the application it represents could run without waiting for user issuing relevant order. That is made possible by creating corresponding entry in the Run sub-key of Windows directory in System Registry. Such an intervention into the sector of critical system values violates basic fair play rules for software products.
The violator can make Start Menu and desktop out of any entries. Fortunately, it merely conceals the items for the purpose of scaring people so that removal of qguaayvrII.exe would bring the allegedly removed objects instantly back.
Click here to get rid of qguaayvrII.exe covering both the file as such and its reflection created in unexpected for this kind of program Registry section. 

 Rename the remover to "explorer.exe" or try to install from Safe Mode if virus blocks download\installation

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