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Yesterday I was hit by a slurry of malware/viruses and Malwarebtyes removed all but one. It is in the Temp folder in Windows and my particular file is named zzbmcpne.dat, and the scan identifies it as a Rootkit.Agent. The file cannot be removed using Malwarebytes, even after restarting. The file does not show when I scan with AVG8, Superantispyware, or Adaware. I have tried the following: used Safe Mode to try and delete (access is denied); used dos commands attrib -r -h -a -s, all to no avail (access denied); used the security tab to change ownership (did not work); downloaded two programs -- unlocker and copylock -- that only results in access denied messages; disabled explorer.exe using the task manager, and then used command to try and delete the file (access denied). I have always been able to get rid of files before using one of these methods. I've even thought about removing the hard drive and using a third party drive to delete but the ownership issue concerns me. The file will not transfer ownership, even when it should (which is why its a good virus, I suppose).

Has anyone been able to delete this thing. I thank you in advance for your help (and I'll thank you afterwards, as well). Thanks

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