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I fixed this issue for the guy that owns the corner store. As far as I remember, the only way I was able to finally rid him of it was to do a search within windows for any files related to that antivirus 360, then boot into safe mode with command prompt, get to the directory where that virus thing is installed, and delete the folder from within DOS.

I wish I remembered more of it exactly, but it was a while ago. I do know that he hasn't had any problems with his puter since. Also, before DOS try to remove as much as it will allow you to, and clear any info referring to it in the registry.

Hope you get it sorted out!
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