C:Windows/Reimage.ini Description

C:Windows/Reimage.ini is a severe trojan infection which can seriously damage your computer. Usually, the virus uses unfair methods to invade your system. Once inside, it immediately modifies Windows registry and generates a bunch of malicious files. As a result, your PC performance will slow down dramatically. In addition, C:Windows/Reimage.ini virus is able to install other malware programs onto your computer, such as speedupmypc, flv player, PC Optimizer Pro etc. You have to remove this stinky trojan as soon as possible, otherwise, it may even cause financial loss or identity theft as it has the capability to steal your confidential information and use it illegal purposes. Therefore, dont let C:Windows/Reimage.ini hang around too long, delete it right now by following the detailed removal instructions below.

Harmful Characteristics of C:Windows/Reimage.ini

1. C:Windows/Reimage.ini can give hackers the access to your PC
2. It steals confidential data such as credit card accounts passwords,web history, email contact etc.
3. C:Windows/Reimage.ini can drop other keyloggers trojans, worms to your computer
4. It may delete important system files and slow down system performance.
5. C:Windows/Reimage.ini updates its components automatically to prevent from being eliminated
6. Sometimes, it can even disable installed antivirus and turn off Windows firewall without your approval

 


Manually Remove C:Windows/Reimage.ini from Windows OS

If you have computer security problems on Mac OS, please read this Mac Guide – How to Clean and Protect Your Mac?


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Step 1. Remove C:Windows/Reimage.ini related plug-in, toolbar, add-on, extension from Chrome/Firefox/IE/Edge

Step 2. Uninstall C:Windows/Reimage.ini related programs from your computer;

Step 3. Change system folder settings to show all hidden files;

Step 4. Find and delete C:Windows/Reimage.ini related files in hidden folders;

Step 5. Find and remove C:Windows/Reimage.ini related registry files ;

Step 6. Reset Microsoft Edge, Chrome, Firefox and IE to remove C:Windows/Reimage.ini related hijacker;

Step 1.Remove C:Windows/Reimage.ini related extension from Microsoft Edge/ Chrome/Firefox/IE

Note – If you cannot find or remove a malicious extension, please read next step.

 

 

On Chrome

  • Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
  • Click Tools.
  • Select Extensions.
  • Click the trash can icon to delete extensions that may be related with C:Windows/Reimage.ini.
  • A confirmation dialog appears, click Remove.

  • Click the menu button and choose Add-ons.
  • In the Add-ons Manager tab, select the Extensions panel.
  • Select add-ons that may be related with C:Windows/Reimage.ini and click Remove button
  • Click Restart now if it pops up.

  • Open the IE, click the Tools button , and click Manage add-ons.
  • Click Toolbars and Extensions on left side of the window., and then select extensions that may be related with C:Windows/Reimage.ini;
  • If the add-on can be deleted, you’ll see the Remove option. Click Remove and then click Close. Otherwise click Disable button.

 

  • Click More (…) on the address bar and select Extensions

 

  • Select extensions that may be related with C:Windows/Reimage.ini and click Uninstall button

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Step 2.Uninstall C:Windows/Reimage.ini related programs from your computer

1. Press Win + R keys at the same time to launch Run box >> Then input: “Control Panel” and click OK

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2. In Control Panel, click on Uninstall a program

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3. In the Programs and Features window, right click on apps that may be related with C:Windows/Reimage.ini, then click Uninstall/Change. Then select Uninstall option.

Note – If you cannot find or remove malicious program, please continue the below steps.


Step 3.Change system folder settings to show all hidden files

Win 7 / Vista User

C:Windows/Reimage.ini removal for win 7

  • Right-click the Windows Logo button and choose Open Windows Explorer.
  • Click Organize and choose Folder and Search Options.
  • Click the View tab, select Show hidden files and folders and then clear the checkbox for Hide protected system operating files.
  • Click Yes on the warning and then click OK.
Win 8 UserC:Windows/Reimage.ini removal for win 8

  • On your keyboard press the Windows + E keys.
  • Click the View tab.
  • Check File name extensions and Hidden items

Win 10 User

C:Windows/Reimage.ini removal for win 10

  • Open This PC, click View and select Options.
  • In the Folder Options window, choose View, select Show hidden files, folders, and drives, and then click OK.


Step 4.Find and delete suspicious files in the locations listed below:

%Temp%\[malware name]

%AppData%\[malware name]

%LocalAppData%\[malware name]

%LocalAppData%\[malware name].exe

%CommonAppData%\[malware name]

%AllUsersProfile%random.exe

Note

Virus and malware may hide its files in different locations of PC. If you are not able to locate files of C:Windows/Reimage.ini, you can try Wipersoft’s Malware Detection Tool to see if it will detect the unsafe files for you:

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Step 5. Find and remove nasty registry files related with C:Windows/Reimage.ini:

1. Open Registry Editor first:

  • Press Win [Windows key] + R on your keyboard.

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  • Type regedit in the Run box and hit OK

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2. Find out and remove all harmful registry files that may be related with C:Windows/Reimage.ini:

(Do Not Delete Any Registry File If You’re Not Familiar with It)

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Note

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Step 6. Reset Microsoft Edge, Chrome, Firefox and IE to remove C:Windows/Reimage.ini

Reset Microsoft Edge

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1. Select More (…) on the address bar, then click Settings

2. click “Choose what to clear”

3. Select all the options and then click Clear button

 

 

 

Reset Chrome

remove C:Windows/Reimage.ini from chrome

1. Open Chrome, then click “Customize and control Google Chrome” button >> click Settings

2. Scroll down to the bottom, then click on Show advanced settings button

3. After clicking on Show advanced settings button, scroll down to the bottom and click on Reset browser settings button

. A message box will pop up to inform that your browser settings will be restored to their original defaults, click Reset button when it appears:

Reset Firefox

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1. Open Firefox, then click on Firefox button, then Click on Help button, then Click on Troubleshooting Information

2. At the Troubleshooting Information page, click on Reset Firefox

3. A message box will pop up to let you confirm that you want to reset Firefox to its initial state, click Reset Firefox button when it appears:

Reset Internet Explorer

remove C:Windows/Reimage.ini from ie

1. Open Internet Explorer, then click on Tools, then click on Internet Options

2. On the Internet Options window: click on Advanced tab, then click Reset button

3. A message box will pop up to let you confirm that you want to reset all Internet Explorer Settings, click Reset button when it appears:

4. When the resetting process is done, you’ll see this message box, click Close

5. You’ll need to restart your Internet Explorer to complete the resetting process.



Tips for Threat Prevention

– Always running professional Antivirus or Antimalware and keep Firewall ON;

– Create System Restore Point regularly and back up important personal files;

– Avoid downloading free programs from unknown third party shared sites;

– Regularly update system via automatic system update;

– Don’t access porn sites or similar sites which are potentially harmful;

– Avoid opening any attachments of unknown emails.