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How to remove Trojan.Dropper.PI permanently

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Trojan.Dropper.PI is a trojan horse that sneaks into your computer by taking the advantages of the loopholes in your computer and then causes a series of problems to your computer. It can be bundled with third party programs and spam E-mails and be send to people. Besides, dangerous sites also also distribute such kind of trojan.


Trojan.Dropper.PI can be detected by AVG or Malwarebytes or Avast, but those antiviruses are not capable of removing Trojan.Dropper.PI completely as Trojan.Dropper.PI is a real stubborn virus and hides deeply in your computer at the very beginning. Hackers use Trojan.Dropper.PI to open backdoors to them and they could either get access to your computer via those backdoors or implant more trojans to your compute via the backdoors. It can start every time you restart your computer because Trojan.Dropper.PI adds itself to the start-up items both in the registry editor and system configurations. Although tiny it is, Trojan.Dropper.PI can be used to be a spyware which could spy on your screen. What you do on your computer is completely exposed to others. A more horrible thing is that Trojan.Dropper.PI can open your camera in your computer without opening the blinking light, so that you cannot realize it’s on. If you run your antivirus programs to scan, you will see that AVG or other programs say that Trojan.Dropper.PI is removed, but next time you run your AVG again to scan, it appears again. It is such a stubborn virus that you have to remove it manually rather than using antivirus programs. And here we have detailed instructions and if you still have problems, please feel free to contact our 24/7 online experts for tech support.

How to uninstall Trojan.Dropper.PI virus--removal guide

Step 1: Launch your computer into Safe Mode with Networking.
Hit F8 when you restart your computer and then choose Safe Mode with Networking with the arrow key.


Step 2: Show all hidden files.
Click : Start->Control Panel->Appearance and Personalization->Folder Option->View.
under the View tab, check Show hidden files, folders and drivers and uncheck Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) and then click OK.


Step 3: Go to registry editor and delete related registry values:
press Win(the key between Ctrl+Alt) + R and then type regedit to enter registry.


Then find the following regsitry values and remove them :

Step 4: Clean those system files:

Step 4: Restart your computer.

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