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unagiuninst.exe found by Nod32 and unremovable

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G'day guys! Let me just thank you in advance for helping me, I couldn't fix my computer if I sold my soul for it.


Uniblue SpeedUpMyPC found a few "privacy" files, among the Firefox cache that I got instantly suspicious about and haven't been there before. Besides the fact they're 'Undeletable"

To name a few I found so far:
C:/WINDOWS/Downloaded Program Files/unagiunist.exe
C:/WINDOWS/Downloaded Program Files/gopetsweb.inf
C:/WINDOWS/Downloaded Program Files/gopetsweb.ocx
C:/WINDOWS/Downloaded Program Files/minesweeper.dll

After crosschecking with Google and a few threads here, these are indeed Malware. But there's a problem, only Nod32 and Uniblue pick these files up, and neither can remove it.

Nod says it can't delete it because it's a "Bad archive", and the files aren't in the Downloaded Program Files folder to remove manually.

So what do I do? :<
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