Recovery of files from this trojan

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I was able to remove the trojan horse related to this question. Now I am trying to recover this computer files and all office applications. I do have this computers product key code related to Office home and business 2010. Can anyone assist in recovering files?
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Have the files and programs actually been deleted?  It's possible that the malware simply changed them to a hidden status.  Try using the Unhide utility.  It was written by a Microsoft MVP, and it will reset the flag on any files and folders that were hidden by the malware, yet leave the critical system files in their normal hidden state:

Unhide.exe - Download

Unhide.exe - Tutorial
Additionally, if some of your important user files actually were deleted, the built-in Restore Previous Versions capability should be able to help you recover them:

Restore Previous Versions of Files in Every Edition of Windows 7

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Have you tried running the unhide.exe as already mentioned to unhide files and folders?
Here's an EE article that also mentioned unhide.exe due to some of the rogues/trojans that caused this.

Windows XP/Vista Recovery - Desktop icons missing - Empty Programs files

For Microsoft Office try this:
1. Click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Programs.
2. Click on Uninstall a Program, click Microsoft Office 2010, and then click Change.
3. Click Add or Remove Features, and then click Continue.
4. Click Microsoft Office, and then click Continue.
5. When the update is complete, click OK, and then close the Programs window.
The Microsoft Office folder should now be showing in your start menu.

Also if needed.
In Windows 7 - How to restore missing startmenu default shortcuts

manch03Author Commented:
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