Thayet Myo Hacking Day!” virus/trojan, then \system32\hal.dll missing

“Thayet Myo Hacking Day!” virus/trojan, then <Windows root>\system32\hal.dll missing? Or how to remove Hacking day virus?

This is very common virus these days. It corrupt the dll file too.when you login to your  computer,you will find that there are two strange boxes flying around my desktop, entitled “Thayet Myo Hacking Day!”. You wont be able to open up task manager, and caps lock keeps going on and off, by itself.
You may remove this virus manually by the following method.
Start the system in SAFE mood.
how to remove Hacking day virus?
Delete the explorer.exe files in C:\RECYCLER, c:\Windows\Backup and C:\.

Open the Regedit and delete explorer.exe in hkey_local_machine/software/microsoft/windows/current version/run (or) hkey_current_user/software/microsoft/windows/current version/run.

You also need to uninstall the programs if the shortcut to that programs appear as archive icon.

But even after doing this it will give you error on rebooting the pc.
It will show the error message as
Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt:
<Windows root>\system32\hal.dll
Please re-install a copy of the above file.
SO you may need to repair the corrupt dll file
The hal.dll file is a hidden file that is used by Windows XP to communicate with your computer’s hardware.
To repair the dll file:
Follow these easy steps to restore the damaged/corrupted or missing hal.dll file from the Windows XP CD using the Recover Console
Here’s How:

1.      Enter Windows XP Recovery Console.
2.      When you reach the command prompt (detailed in Step 6 in the link above), type the following and then press Enter:

expand d:\i386\hal.dl_ c:\windows\system32\hal.dll

Using the expand command as shown above, d represents the drive letter assigned to the optical drive that your Windows XP CD is currently in. While this is most often d, your system could assign a different letter. Also, c:\windows represents the drive and folder that Windows XP is currently installed on. Again, this is most often the case but your system could be different.
3.      If you’re prompted to overwrite the file, press Y.
4.      Take out the Windows XP CD, type exit and then press Enter to restart your PC.

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Now you pc should work fine. Thanks for reading this post. Feel free to comment.Thank you