Manually remove a backdoor Trojan virus from a computer by terminating the associated virus process, deleting related folders and files or removing registry keys. Users can also download and install a virus-removal tool, such as Spyware Doctor, to eliminate the threat from their systems.
Trojan viruses are non-replicating malicious software, or malware, that perform unauthorized activities on computers without the knowledge of a user. A backdoor Trojan virus in particular provides perpetrators with remote access of the compromised system, enabling the virus author to delete, block, change or copy personal data. To manually remove the Backdoor.Trojan.LH2 virus from an infected Windows-based computer system, follow the steps provided below.
- Access the Windows Task Manager
- Access folder options
- Open the Register Editor
Press the CTRL, ALT and DEL keys to open the Windows Task Manager. Click on the Processes tab and scroll down from a list of computer operations to locate and end the process associated with the Trojan virus.
Open the Control Panel through the Startup menu. Find and go to Folder Options. Click on the View tab and click on the text that reads "Show hidden files, folders and drives." Remove the check mark from "Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)" option and click OK.
Open the run dialog box and type "regedit" to access the Windows Registry Editor. Remove registry entries and files related to the backdoor virus.