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and given itself inherited permissions. At the same time, the former owner of PC, myself, and the admin account created under my name is denied any services that have apparently been installed by virus. How can I either remove the admin accounts that are infected or change the permissions enough to make them harmless. The real pain is the the "inherited permissions" the hijacked admin account has given itself. As a result, any files that I can delete are replaced.
I'm not sure how I got this virus but it is more powerful than anything I've encountered. It has redirected my LAN from the settings with which it was installed to a wireless connection my PC simply terms "Home 26". Ironically, these problems seemed to occur just after signing an annual contract with a PC support service named PCeSupport. Every attempt they have tried seemed jerry-rigged as the same problems would re-appear-more virulently-48 hours after their remote "fixing of issue. (They charged me $400+ for an annual service for 3 PCs and have refused to refund any of it). I have run every anti-virus program I can think of at the problem including: malware anti-malwarebytes, Comodo, Norton 360 and many others. It has disabled two backup two failsafe programs installed, Ghost and Acronis.
I am currently trying to change the user account privileges within the registry but I am on unfamiliar ground. Any help greatly appreciated.