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  1. hey last night my system decided to reboot its self for no reason so i decided to run a virus check after my skype wouldnt work .. and found out i had something called - Behavior:Win32/Remnit.gen!A and Behavior:Win32/MpTamperSrp.A on my laptop .. that are still on here that Microsoft Security Essentials keeps finding even after its deleted them (they apear again after system reboot or a rescan) i friend told me to download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and scan and it should get rid of it .. which it hasnt as Microsoft Security Essentials still finds it .. but theres something that Malwarebytes found ... theres a file called hijack.userinit that will not delete either. id like to know of any ways to delete these in a step by step way if possible... help needed my windows firewall is also turned off and will not turn back on ... this has been like it for a while now
  2. Hi, Malwarebytes software has picked up something called hijack.userinit and deletes it. However when I start my computer again it is still there. I have to use the task manager to run Malwarebytes software each time and don't seem able to download anything from the Internet. Does anyone know how I can remove this fully from my laptop? Many thanks in advance for any assistance.
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