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Whether you manually run the removal tool or it runs automatically when downloaded from Windows Updates, you may want to view the scan results log to see what it scanned for and what it found.

The log file (mrt.log) will be found in the Windows\Debug folder.

If you are running Windows XP or Windows Vista, this file is probably located at c:\windows\debug) The log file will open in Windows Notepad. If you had an infected file, you will see something like the following in the log file.

The file is located in %Program Files%\Elite Unzip_aa\bar\*- where * represents a number or letter. The file is located in %Program Files%\History Boss_9k\bar\*- where * represents a number or letter. If bundled with another installer or not installed by choice then remove it My Scrap Nook toolbar - powered by the Ask Partner Network toolbars by IAC Applications (was Mindspark).

In early 2005, Microsoft started releasing a software product called the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool.

Its a monthly update released on the second Tuesday of each month (Patch Tuesday) to help scan user's computers and remove viruses and malware. Because this database does not have virus signatures and patterns for EVERY virus in the wild, its meant to just help prevent the infection and spread of the most prevalent issues.

For this reason, you should still run antivirus software on your computer even though the Malicious Software Removal Tool is being run on your computer.

Normally, this removal tool is downloaded via Windows Update and runs silently in the background to check for infections on the computer.

The file is located in %Program Files%\Elite Unzip_aa\bar\*- where * represents a number or letter. The file is located in %Program Files%\History Boss_9k\bar\*- where * represents a number or letter. If bundled with another installer or not installed by choice then remove it My Scrap Nook toolbar - powered by the Ask Partner Network toolbars by IAC Applications (was Mindspark).

In early 2005, Microsoft started releasing a software product called the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool.

Its a monthly update released on the second Tuesday of each month (Patch Tuesday) to help scan user's computers and remove viruses and malware. Because this database does not have virus signatures and patterns for EVERY virus in the wild, its meant to just help prevent the infection and spread of the most prevalent issues.

For this reason, you should still run antivirus software on your computer even though the Malicious Software Removal Tool is being run on your computer.

Normally, this removal tool is downloaded via Windows Update and runs silently in the background to check for infections on the computer.

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