c:windows system32\drivers\fips.sys infected with trojan horse how can I fix This Issue

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I scanned with avg Said It could not remove it was critcal system file c: windows systems 32\drivers\fips.sys is infected with trojanhorse.backdoor generic12.aavt. How can I fix this problem I have scanned with antimalwarebytes super antispyware and avg. I try to create a log file using rootrepeal  and I receive a bsod as soon as I try to scan. Attached is a HJT Log.
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hijackthis.log
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Have you tried running those programs in Safe Mode?  If not I would try running Malwarebytes in safe mode, and see if that yields any results.
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Combofix is good at replacing infected system files, if it detects it.

Run in windows normal mode and follow its running proceedures.
Attach logfile here.

Combofix http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/combofix/how-to-use-combofix
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After scanners, also post Malwarebytes logfile and a new hijackthis logfile
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I cannot get combofix to run it starts to load up then just disappears. I cannot boot into safemode I get a BSOD.

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here was the antimalware byte log from before had 14 infections.
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mbam-log-2010-01-28--16-31-50-.txt
At this point I would try to slave the drive in another PC and run a scan on it.
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Re download Combofix but rename it to fc.exe prior to saving to desktop. Try running it again

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Hi I had the same problem,
Down load  the AVG ANTI VIRUS  Free Edition 9.0. here.  http://free.avg.com/us-en/download?prd=afg

Open avg and Go to tools Advance settings.  click on the Scan + icon, UN TICK  the Automatically Heal /remove infections. in each section  E.G. (Scan whole computer),  (Shell ext ion scan), (Scan specif files or folders). Click the Apply button. then the OK  button.   Do A manual scan  of your computer, When prompted what to do with infected files select Quarantine. you can always restore these files if things don't work out.
This worked for me hope it works for you.

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