First, make sure you make a secure backup of your PC’s hard drive. It is very important to make copies of any personal files you have before making system-intensive modifications to the computer. To backup your Windows XP computer, you can use blank CDs/DVDs. If you’re more technically literate, you can backup the drive using an external hard drive (e.g. an Apple iPod in Disk Mode), a flash drive or an Internet-based backup service like Mozy.com.
Viruses such as Trust Doctor will get in your hard drive and other critical system files. If the scareware isn’t treated it can cause a complete collapse of your computer.
If you’re feeling lucky, an advanced user, and you aren’t too busy, you could try to manually remove Antivircat.com virus. First of all supprimer backup your registry and important data. Then you need to open registry and delete registry entries related to Antivircat.com virus and .exe, .bat files, .dll and .lnk files. You must be more careful, patient and prudent when you manually remove Antivircat.com virus.
To open an InPrivate Browsing window, click on Safety in your browser and select InPrivate Browsing from the dialog box. This opens a new Internet Explorer window. You can also simply press Ctrl + Shift + P to do this.
If you are an advanced computer professional you should be familiar with manually destroying this finally. Although if you are unfamiliar with you might want to progress with caution. Deleting system files could make your computer un usable if not done properly.