You may try the Following Removal Guide :How to easily remove Trovi virus (Removal Guide)
This particular "Nasty" is associated with/part of the Notorious "Conduit Toolbar" Please pay close attention
to the installation Agreements/Eula when installing New/Free Software. For so many times more so, than not.
Potentially Unwanted Programs as such, are bundled with and along-side your Downloads. It may give you a better insight as to how these programs arrived on your system in the first place, by reading the following Article.
All the best,
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Thank you! I saw this when researching this repair. Is AdwCleaner a trusted product? It's history in this community? (I'm now a little gun shy.)
Also, is the website MalWareTips usually a good place to start when issues are discovered or when doing research?
I'll try this approach tonight and see if it works.
Yes Adwcleaner is trusted, by us Moderators at least as we often recommend it.
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As Fellow Moderator Ex_Brit stated, We recommend AdwCleaner quite frequently to resolve Adware/Pop-Ups/Browser Hi-Jackers, etc. It has been proven to be a Trusted/Reliable Tool. I will also add that " MalwareTips " has proven to be equally the same in respect.
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Simply follow the Guidelines/Instructions with-in that Removal Guide, and please post back your results.
Wishing you all the best,
Out of curiosity, I was wondering had you ran the Removal Guide suggested? If indeed this is the case, could you please apprise us of the results?
Thank you in Advance,