How to Delete the NLSDL.EXE Virus

The NLSDL.exe virus, alternatively knows as the virus, pretends to be a critical Microsoft Windows file. The fake NLSDL.exe will open when your computer boots up. The file then will connect to a remote server and attempt to download malicious files. To remove virus from your system, you will need to delete several files it copies to your computer's

Navigate to the AVG website if you don't already have an antivirus utility installed on your computer. Download and run the installation file for the antivirus utility.

Restart your computer and wait for the logo of your computer's manufacturer to appear on the monitor. Press the F8 key to bring up a new menu.

Scroll down to the "Safe Mode" option and press Enter. Bring up the Start menu once the operating system finishes loading. Click on the "Search" option.

Type the phrase "6d4e036f-cb53-4ebb-9c47-fdc78b67be70.exe" into the Windows Vista search box. Right-click on the file and choose the "Delete" option. Search for and delete the "worm2007.exe" file.

Search for "NLSDL.exe." Look through the files that appear and find the version that is not in the Windows folder. The fake version will be installed into a random folder other than Windows. Right-click on the file and delete it.

Search for "regedit" and double-click the registry editor's icon when it appears in the search results. Click on the folder HKEY_CURRENT_USER.

Navigate through the subfolders Software, Yahoo and Pager to get to View. Right-click and delete the folders YMSGR_Launchcast and YMSGR_buzz.

Close the registry editor's window. Make sure your antivirus definitions are up to date and run a full system scan.

After the virus scan is completed, restart your computer.

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