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24 Apr 2012  

Windows 7 Pro with SP1 32bit

Welcome to the Seven Forums, Synder.

I had found the instructions as under at for removing it, and it did the job for me nicely.

1 Exit out of any open Web browsers.
2 Click the "Start" button located in the bottom left of the screen. The Start menu launches.
3 Type “Windows Defender” in the Search box located at the bottom of the Start menu. Press “Enter.”
4 Click “Scan” from the top menu and then select “Full Scan.” The Windows Defender tool scans your computer for the Happili virus. The files are quarantined and automatically removed. This could take several hours depending on how badly infected your computer system is.
5 Click the “X” located in the upper right corner of Windows Defender to close the program after the Happili virus has been removed.

I suggest that Windows Defender should be given a try before anything else.
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