AAAARUNDLL32.EXE - Dangerous

AAAARUNDLL32.EXE

Manual removal instructions:

The file AAAARUNDLL32.EXE is malware related. You must delete the file AAAARUNDLL32.EXE immediately!

Use this guide to remove AAAARUNDLL32.EXE manually:

STEP 1: Uninstall AAAARUNDLL32.EXE using Windows uninstallation applet (use Add/Remove Programs or Uninstall Program or Apps & features).

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STEP 2: Open Task Manager and close all processes, related to AAAARUNDLL32.EXE in their description. Discover the directories where such processes start. Search for random or strange file names.

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STEP 3: Inspect the Windows services. Press Win+R, type in: services.msc and press OK.

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Disable the services with random names or contains AAAARUNDLL32.EXE in it's name or description.

STEP 4: After that press Win+R, type in: taskschd.msc and press OK to open Windows Task Scheduler.


Remove AAAARUNDLL32.EXE from scheduled task list.

Delete any task related to AAAARUNDLL32.EXE. Disable unknown tasks with random names.

STEP 5: Clear the Windows registry from AAAARUNDLL32.EXE virus.

Press Win+R, type in: regedit.exe and press OK.

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Find and delete all keys/values contains AAAARUNDLL32.EXE.

STEP 6: Check your shortcuts on your desktop and in the Start menu for AAAARUNDLL32.EXE presence.

Fix infected shortcuts.

STEP 7: Remove a virus from Google Chrome.


STEP 8: Remove a virus from Internet Explorer.


STEP 9: Remove a virus from Mozilla Firefox.


STEP 10: And at the end, clear your basket, temporal files, browser's cache.


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