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Glad you got it sorted. I imagine you did get some good experience weeding it out manually. Although this isn't the safest approach (make sure to keep a sharp eye on your PC's behaviors), it does help you to understand how/where these viruses infect.
I was faced with a similar task a while back, without any option but to weed out the infection. I learned quite a bit from that experience.
I posted a link in post #12 which will show you how to make a system image. This can be invaluable when something like this strikes.
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