Windows Accidents Prevention malware. How to get rid of Windows Accidents Prevention scam

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Windows Accidents Prevention is the accident in itself. The accident that has devastating outcome sometimes. This refers to possible problems with your PC and inability to use it in the common manner. Windows Accidents Prevention cannot do any decent deed for you and your machine. Surely it knows nothing about repairing and preventing real computer problems that could indeed occur. Being the “headache” for many users worldwide, Windows Accidents Prevention is probably the only problem and error present on the attacked machine. Users should be very watchful and not let Windows Accidents Prevention trick or fool them. This is all because the only key intention of Windows Accidents Prevention is to steal as much money from users as it can.

Windows Accidents Prevention virus
Windows Accidents Prevention virus

Keep in mind that Windows Accidents Prevention would not allow users to work in the common mode with their PCs. On the contrary, Windows Accidents Prevention would make up some amendments inside of the computer so that it would be started together with every Windows Startup. This is when Windows Accidents Prevention would commence annoying users indeed with its bogus scans, fabricated reports about plenty of computer problems and other supposedly detected pests. However, Windows Accidents Prevention is the only pest, don’t forget. It should be eliminated immediately. There is no point purchasing Windows Accidents Prevention, cause by doing so users would simply lose their funds and do not get any good thing in response.

If you have already become the victim of Windows Accidents Prevention it is time to dispute the charges through your respected bank (if you made the payment for it). Another essential task for you is to get rid of Windows Accidents Prevention. You may do it as instructed in the recommendations below.

Windows Accidents Prevention malware automatic removal guide:

Before downloading and running GridinSoft Trojan Killer for removal of Windows Accidents Prevention malware several additional preparatory steps need to be done. This is required because Windows Accidents Prevention blocks your Internet connection, and you will not be able to launch GridinSoft Trojan Killer. In order to prevent this blockage please take the following sequence of steps:
1. Make sure that your Operating System is tuned up in such a mode that hidden files and folders of your PC are viewable. The instruction on how to do it can be found here for Windows XP and here for Windows Vista/7.
2. Choose “View” tab in the window that appeared, and in the advanced settings choose the option “Show hidden files and folders”. Press OK.
3. Go to the folder %User Profile%\Application Data\Microsoft.

Warning! Depending on the Operating System of your PC, %UserProfile% stands for C:\Documents and Settings\[Current User] for Windows XP and C:\Users\[Current User] for Windows Vista/7.

In other words, the folder that needs to be opened is as follows, depending on the operating system:
%SysDrive%Documents and Settings[Current User]Application Data\Microsoft for Windows XP
%SysDrive%Users[Current User]Application Data\Microsoft for Windows Vista/7.

In this folder there will be the main executable file of Windows Accidents Prevention malware (possibly with the icon of *avi file), having some random name.
4. Rename the above-mentioned executable file into some other name of your preference and restart your PC. Upon the system restart Windows Accidents Prevention will no longer block your Internet browser.
5. Download the latest version of GridinSoft Trojan Killer to your infected system, install it and run it.

The procedure for removal of Windows Accidents Prevention scam is similar to the removal of Windows Firewall Unit virus as shown in the video below:

Windows Accidents Prevention malware manual uninstall guide:

Delete Windows Accidents Prevention malware files:
Delete Windows Accidents Prevention malware registry entries:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Shell “%AppData%\Microsoft\[random].exe”

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