Microsoft is always under the process of giving its users an outstanding service through its outstanding product range. Amongst all its creation the “Windows” platform by the Microsoft  is its core innovation and amongst one of the best developments to-date. Microsoft has launched a bundle of windows-based application which facilitates GUI. Some of these examples include: Windows 98, 2000, millennium, XP and latest Vista & 7.

Let us talk about Windows Vista. Vista is a graphical user interface which has an innovative look of wallpapers and icons, and some of the great features abridging the de-merits of the previous versions. But, what will go down your spine if your Vista gets corrupted only because of an eye-catchy but malicious “Vista Anti-virus 2009”. To bring to limelight “Vista Antivirus 2009” is an antispyware software which secretly gets installed on your Windows Vista OS through the Internet and becomes the root for all problems, thus creating  a non averting havoc for you. Once it gets into your computer, it by default begins to launch at the time of computer start up. Rather it begins to show up some irritating and vile pop ups or threats.It rather begins to trap by offering pseudo version of full software and thus making your computer performance quite chaotic. Sometimes, if the automatic uninstallation of Vista antivirus 2009 may not be fruitful, then you must go for manual removal in order to discard any ambiguous situation.

How can you rectify this condition? The following guidelines will help you through.

Instructions:

 

Step one

Open the “Start menu” by clicking on it and then click on “All Programs” tab. Skim through and click on “Accessories” tab. Move the selector down to “System Tools” options and choose the “System Restore” tab by clicking on it.

Step two

This will open the “System Restore Wizard”. In the dialogue box prompted choose “Create Restore Point” by clicking on it and then click on “Next” tab to continue. Give a name to the restore point by typing and click on the “Create” tab to continue. This step will create a back up for your computer for in case if you delete any vital data while pursuing any further.

Step three

Press three keys at time which are “Ctrl”, “Shift” and “Del or Delete” to open the Windows Vista “Task Manager”. Choose the tab of “Processes” to make sure what all processes are currently running on your computer.

Step four

 

Skim through the list in the processes window and choose by clicking on “av2009.exe” and then click on “End Process” to stop its function. Repeat the same for the following processes: Uninstall Anti virus.lnk, Antivirus 2009.lnk and Antivirus2009.exe. Exit by clicking on the cross mark of the “Task Manager”.

Step five

To open the window’s registry, you need to type (regedit) in the Start Search tab which you can find by clicking on the “Start menu” of the Windows Vista.

In the window prompted hit “F3″ button using your keyboard to access to the search window.  Skim through and “delete” the following:

HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun”Antivirus” = “%Program Files%Antivirus 2009Antvrs.exe”

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREAntivirus

HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareAntivirus

After doing so, exit the “registry”.

Step Six

Again click on the “Start menu” tab and type “cmd” in the “Start Search” tab and hit “Enter” to get to the “Command Prompt”.

Step Seven

In this step you will unregister the following registries by typing in the command prompt windows: regsvr32 /u.dll, wininet.dll, shlwapi.dll and regsvr32 /u ggg.dll.

The moment you hit the above registries, a message will be displayed saying “unregistered”.

Step Eight

Search for the following files: Antivirus2009.exe, av2009.exe, wininet.dll, Antivirus 2009.lnk, shlwapi.dll and Uninstall Antivirus 2009.lnk. Delete them permanently and restart your computer.