How to Remove Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac Virus

Published February 18, 2016 by Marlin Spencer

Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac Virus Information

Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac can be found by AVG, Avast, MacAfee, and other removal tools. But it is not easy to remove it completely. Therefore, many users complain that Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac always comes back after they remove it. How does this happen? It is because your security tool cannot detect all of its malicious files and some remain files can bring this Trojan back to life.

After Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac infects your PC, it modifies the registry entries settings, via which, it can execute its processes freely whenever you start your PC. As this Trojan corrupts even deletes some of your system files at will, you will always meet system crash or blue screen of death. Also, you even cannot start your system successfully. Under this situation, Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac begins to open backdoors for hackers.

Within minutes, all of your privacy and important data would be stolen completely by hackers. The hackers can use the collect data to further more malicious activities. For example, they can sell your browsing habits to third parties or analyze your banking information to steal your money. All in all, if your PC is infected with Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac, your money is no longer as safe as before. It can be stolen by hackers sooner or later. So, before this happens, you have to remove Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac as soon as possible.

Step 1: Restart your system into Safe Mode with Networking

For Windows XP, Vista and 7 users:

1. Restart your computer and keep hitting F8 key on your keyboard before Windows loads

2. Move your arrow key to highlight Safe Mode with Networking and then press Enter

For Windows 8 users, please watch this video:

For Windows 10 users, please watch this video:

Step 2: Delete Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac virus in the registry

Before performing this step, you should know that the registry is the database of the Windows and the most important part of your Operating System, any slightest mistake will result in severe problem. So if you′re not competent in the computer, you′d better not try this manual removal. Instead, you can use this recommended malware remover to remove Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac virus.

1. Hold Windows and R keys to open Run

2. Type in regedit and click OK

3. Search and delete all registry keys of Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac virus


Step 3: Delete Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac virus files in hard disk

1. Show all hidden files and folders in your computer
Open any of your folders

For Windows XP users:

  • Click Tools and then click Folder Options
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  • Click View tab, select Show hidden files, folders, and drives and click OK
  • show-hidden-files-folders-drives-xp

    For Windows 7 and Vista users:

  • Click Organize and then click Folder and search options
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  • Click View tab, select Show hidden files, folders, and drives and click OK
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    For Windows 8 and 10 users:

    Click View tab and tick Hidden items option

    2. Delete these malicious Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac virus files

    C:Documents and SettingsLocalServiceLocal SettingsTemporary
    C:Documents and SettingsLocalServiceLocal Settings

    Please be careful that Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac virus can frequently update its version and change its file code, manual removal does not guarantee a complete removal of Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac virus, for Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac often comes together with other malicious malware. To save your computer and hassle, it′s recommended that you get this trustworthy Automatic Virus Removal Tool to remove the virus:

    Removal assistance:
    If you are having problems while performing Trojan Win/32Dymmerlac removal from your computer, please ask for assistance in our malware removal forum.

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