Restart in to Safe Mode like this:
Restart the computer, pressing the F8 key once per second, till it loads a selection screen. Use the up and down arrows to select "Safe Mode", press enter, and the computer will load into a safe mode. It looks like a normal screen but with Safe Mode in each of the four corners. When you?re done, restart the machine and it will boot normally.
You should now try to empty the Temporary Internet Files folder by clicking on Start-Control Panel, then double click on the "Internet Options" icon. ON the General" tab, click on "Delete Files" button, make sure to place a CHECK mark in the "Delete all offline files" when the little window loads, then click on OK. Now click on the "Delete Cookies' button. Restart the computer and see if that removes the infected file.
If not, then reboot into Safe Mode again to remove it from the command prompt.
Next, click on Start-Run, type "cmd" (without the qutoes), then press the "Enter" key. When the command window loads, it should be showing this:
C:\Documents and Settings\Username> (where "username" is your computer log in name). There should be a flashing cursor at the end of the line. Now type so the entire line looks like this:
C:\Documents and Settings\Username>cd local settings\temporary internet files\content.IE5 then press the "Enter" key and it should look like this:
C:\Documents and Settings\Username>Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5>
Now type so the entire line looks like this:
C:\Documents and Settings\Username>Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5>del *.* then press the "Enter" key.
If it's successful, then it will simply revert back to the same line you were looking at previously. If it's not successful, then you will get an error message. Restart the computer and it will boot into "normal" Windows.
Hope this helps.