How To Remove Windows Accelerator Pro, Latest Virus Removal Instruction

By Expert kelly thaman on Jan 02,2014

Windows Accelerator Pro attempts to mislead online computer users and convinces them into believing it is a security anti-virus program by threatening virus alerts. Don’t be misled by its name, the Windows Accelerator Pro has radically no connection with genuine security anti-virus program. The true nature of Windows Accelerator Pro is a rogueware, frequently produced by scammers or cybercriminal syndicates and catches the disguises of real anti-spyware to carry out commonplace online scams (fool online computer users and trick money from them). See the screenshot of the Windows Accelerator Pro as following.

Windows Accelerator Pro is classified as the common malware infection referring to rogueware. Its work concentrates on persuading computer users to install rogue security software. The Windows Accelerator Pro rogue program pop-ups on users’ computers with scanning alerts. The alerts read their computers are in danger and a myriad of security infections encompassed Trojan viruses, worms, malware or ransomware have been detected. And in this way, the Windows Accelerator Pro rogueware entices victimized users into paying its full “licensed” version recommended on virus page. Windows Accelerator Pro declares it can help users removing all detected viruses, but just aims at tricking money or planting other malware instead.

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Windows Accelerator Pro roguware itself is a virus, thus it hardly functions to defend viruses. The solitary goal for attributing such rogueware is to steal money from unwary victimized computer users. If you can not access to the Windows or all programs installed on computer is blocked just when alert message displayed by Windows Accelerator Pro fake anti-virus program, it is a obvious notification that your computer has been attacked by aggressive fake virus. Similar to the most ransomware infections, the Windows Accelerator Pro could lock victimized users’ access to open files, programs, Windows services and even more making the total system failure taken place on the victimized computer.

How to Remove Windows Accelerator Pro Rogueware Completely

Step 1: Stop Pop-ups

1. Reboot the victimized machine to Safe Mode with Command Prompt. Totally shut down the victimized machine. Later after that put the power button to reboot it and before Windows launches, press F8 constantly to reveal out the Windows Advanced Options.

2. Now Press arrows keys to select Safe Mode and Command Prompt and hit Enter key. Wait a moment for Windows finishes loading files.

3. Now the Administrator: cmd.exe window pops-up. Type the explorer in black cmd window and hit enter key.

Step 2: Uninstall Fake Virus

1. Click Start menu and open Control Panel.

2. Locate at Add/Remove Program or Uninstall a Program and open it.

3. Find out roguware Windows Accelerator Pro and right click on it and select Uninstall or Remove.

4. Follow the set-up wizard to completely finish the un-installation process.

Delete Virus Files and Entries

1. Click on Start button. Click “Control Panel.” 2. Click on Appearance and Personalization.

3. Double click on Files and Folder Option.

4. Select View tab. Check “Show hidden files, folders and drives.”

5. Uncheck “Hide protected operating system files (Recommended).

6. Then click ok to finish the changes.

7. Open Local disk and find out all left files related with Windows Accelerator Pro fake virus. Real out Run window again, and type %AppData% in the Run window and click OK.

8. Delete all of found files related with Windows Accelerator Pro fake virus files. The below registry entiries are for reference only.

    %AppData%\Protector-[rnd].exe
    %AppData%\Inspector-[rnd].exe
    %AppData%\vsdsrv32.exe

9. Open Run window, you can press Windows+ R key. Then type regedit in run box and press Enter key. 10. In the Registry Editor Window, search Windows Accelerator Pro rogueware registry entries and delete them. The below registry entiries are for reference only.

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\[random].exe

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ ransom virus name

HKEY_CURRENT_USER \Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System ‘DisableRegistryTools’ = 0 11. Reboot the victimized machine to put all changes in effect.

Conclusion

Windows Accelerator Pro rogueware infiltrates on user computer without any consent. Windows Accelerator Pro has ability to surreptitiously invade into target computers especially those vulnerable ones. It can modify default PC settings and registry entries to make the victimized computer abnormally work. The commonplace symptom like slow down, program disabled, and freezes problems successively happen. Windows Accelerator Pro rogueware is capable of adding its own startup so that it runs automatically whenever the PC user starts Windows. Windows Accelerator Pro rogueware can run fictitious automated system scans and inform victims with a series of malware threats that have been detected on the computer to trick victims, this aims at frightening them and coax into paying. Don’t put trusts on Windows Accelerator Pro rogueware, you’d better rid it of the victimized machine ASAP.


 

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