How to Delete System Protected Windows Files that are Infected

29 July 2011 By Sourojit

When Windows works it access a lot of System files for its operation. These files are very essential for the smooth running of the Windows. Therefore Windows always wants to secure these files when it is running. So it makes these files protected. By this the Windows prevents any program to make any changes on them. This is done by WFP (Windows file protection) on critical system files to maintain stability of operating system.

But the problem comes when some programs like viruses, malwares replicate this behavior and makes them almost invincible. Then there comes a need to flush it out of our system. The best thing and only thing to do is to delete them, but they cannot be deleted directly this is because they behave like the common locked file used by multiple application.

To solve this problem we can use Remove With Batch, a light portable application for all versions of Windows which allows you to delete even the files that shows themselves as locked. This may happen due to a malware using a common application file. This application allows you to delete, over write and quickly check the path of locked or hidden files by the Windows Explorer.

How to Use Remove With Batch

Before using this application make sure you are having administrative privileges. To start deleting a file we first execute the file and then click on the “explore a file” button to select a file. Doing this adds the file to selection. Now you can click on delete button.

After this there will be a .bat file pre-selected with the set-up package created on desktop. When you execute it, it will give you a command prompt window. Here the selected file will be there for the deletion.

The prompt will ask you to proceed yes (Y) or stop deletion no (N) and press enter. You can also close the command prompt window which will allow you to make corrections incase a wrong file gets selected. If you proceed with (Y) then the file will forcibly deleted.

Download: Remove With Batch


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