Is your antivirus program reporting that there is a Trojan Horse Generic16.CHMI and your computer is in risks? Have you got any idea of what can this Trojan virus bring to your computer? What’s the best way to get rid of it without losing important data?

Trojan Horse Generic16.CHMI is believed to be created by hackers in order to collect as much money as possible from innocent computer users just like you. This Trojan infection can be widely spread over the Internet and can bypass most antivirus programs. So no matter where you’re from, you can have the chances to encounter this virus. Ways to be infected vary from people’s online behaviors. But most commonly, you may accidentally click on some hacked sites or links or download unknown malicious programs to cause this infection. When the infection is done, this Trojan virus will create a new kernel driver so as to let itself boot automatically upon Windows start-up and also will change the structure of computer system. Then it will start to bring other viruses and malware to your computer. For instance, you may be redirected to fake sign up pages to pay for something useless or asked to pay for full versions of unknown antivirus programs.

In order to remove this Trojan Horse Generic16.CHMI, you will need to do it manually since antivirus has failed to remove it. The following manual removal instructions require certain levels of computer skills. If you’re not sure how to do that, you are welcome to contact YooSecurity 24/7 Online PC Experts now.

Trojan Horse Generic16.CHMI Manual Removal Guide

In case that any mistake might occur and cause unpredictable damages during the removal of Trojan Horse Generic16.CHMI infection, please spend some time on making a backup beforehand. Then follow these steps given as below:

1. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to open Windows Task Manager and end processes not relating to system programs;

2. Open Control Panel from Start menu and search for Folder Options;

3. Under View tab to tick Show hidden files and folders and non-tick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) and then click OK;

4. Press Windows+R keys and then type regedit in Run box to open Registry Editor.

5. Delete all the following or those related to the following files.
%Windows%\system32\[random].exe
%Documents and Settings%\[UserName]\Application Data\[random]
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.dll
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.exe(random)

6. Delete all the following or those related to the following registry entries.
HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run Regedit32
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegedit” = 0
HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\{ rnd }

7. Restart the computer to normal mode when you have successfully removed Trojan Horse Generic16.CHMI virus.

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Additional instructions on removing Trojan Horse Generic16.CHMI:

To conclude: From the above readings we can see that Trojan Horse Generic16.CHMI is quite nasty! It cannot be removed by your antivirus software so you will need to manually remove it. And that requires expertise. Not all of us are as good at computers as technology guys. Trojans like this one hidden among these places will sneak into your computer without permission. Once it’s inside, it will continue to bring other problems. It’s like a non-stoppable spring where lots of viruses and malware come out constantly. So you should be careful when surfing the Internet. Try to stay away from those unknown web sites and programs, use familiar search engines for online activities and install legit antivirus programs. As soon as you have found out this Trojan inside your computer, go straight with the manual removal process and do not waste time on searching a better program or reinstalling Windows.

Notice: Cannot find the files listed above to delete? Don’t know which ones can be deleted? Please contact YooSecurity Experts now for a complete Trojan Horse Generic16.CHMI removal!

Published by Karen Lawrence & last updated on November 27, 2012 7:08 am

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