How to Remove Windows Troubles Solver – Virus Removal



Windows Troubles Solver is the next FAKE Microsoft Security Essentials Malware infection. Because the Microsoft Security Essentials are freely available to Windows users, it has become a popular piece of antivirus software. Many PC users trust and rely on it to keep their computers protected.

Windows Troubles Solver Virus Screenshot

Windows Troubles Solver Virus Screenshot


Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Pop Up Warning

Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Pop Up Warning



Malware distributors have picked up on this fact, and are using that trust against people running the software by creating a suite of viruses known as the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. It’s easy to get taken in by this scam, but luckily, it’s also easy to remove the infection. We’ll explain what you can expect from it and how to get rid of it. PLEASE NOTE: Windows Troubles Solver is a FAKE computer security product and can turn into a fatal error for your PC. (It should be removed right away.)


This Trojan virus installs itself on your computer and, not long afterwards, displays an alert which is indistinguishable from a real MSE alert. It will tell you that it has found a potential threat called Unknown Win32/Trojan, and ask you to perform a scan. After doing so, it will claim it found an infected file titled Trojan.Horse.Win32.PAV.64.a, and instruct you to download and install Windows Troubles Solver to remove it. If you click OK, it will install the files and then reboot your PC. Afterward, you will see the Windows Troubles Solver screen before you get to your desktop, and you will have to wait to get there while it performs a fake scan to scare you into thinking there is something seriously wrong with your computer. It will tell you you will have to buy the full version of the product to remove the imaginary threats, and ask you for your credit card information. You’ll have to close the window after the scan to start working normally every time you restart, and it will prompt you repeatedly while you’re working with more fake alerts. Even if you’re savvy enough to not give your personal information to the scammers, it’s still extremely irritating.

Windows Troubles Solver is a FAKE computer security product and can turn into a fatal error for your PC.



Many of the free anti-malware products available had a difficult time getting rid of Windows Troubles Solver, try the links found on this page to see if your free scan will install as it is the best way to remove infections. However, these types of infections can block any downloading of files onto the infected computer, in order to keep themselves from being removed. Rebooting to run in safe mode with networking can allow you the internet access you need; however, it may be simpler to download the installation files on another computer and transfer them to the infected PC with a USB flash drive or by burning them onto a disc. You will want to make sure you have the latest version of any program you use to get rid of it, and ensure that you have the latest definitions for that program. Most anti-malware programs have a way to update the definitions manually if the infection prevents them from automatically updating, in which case, you’ll need to transfer the definition files from another computer as before. Above all, make sure you never give out your credit card information to an unknown party- do your research and you’ll stay safe even if you are unlucky enough to catch the virus.

How to remove the Windows Troubles Solver Virus

Virus Lab Recommended Procedure
Removal success rating: 98.8%

1. Click the yellow button above. (keep clicking until the download starts)
2. Download and run the .exe file.
3. Install and perform the free virus scan.


Having trouble?
Can’t get the .exe file to open or run?
Can’t save the installer .exe to your computer?
Can’t access the internet on your infected computer?
Can’t download the .exe when you click the yellow button?

Find more help at the Advanced Troubleshooting Page.

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