Discuss Need to kill a virus..... at the PC Problems within the DigitalWorldz - Satellite, Cable, Console Forums; Scan it in safe mode but don't forget to disable system restore as it can be hidden in there still. Also make sure your antivirus is up to date and it may be worth installing ...
11th November 2007, 12:25 #11
Scan it in safe mode but don't forget to disable system restore as it can be hidden in there still. Also make sure your antivirus is up to date and it may be worth installing Sybot and imunising your system.
15th November 2007, 01:44 #12
i use nod 32 but also i run xoftspy se it detects everything and removes it even out of your windows restore directory very good!!!!the best place to download is .www.thepiratebay.org you need to have a torrent client installed.
17th November 2007, 19:33 #13
what is the virus actually doing to your pc? go to the mcafee website, and see if the virus is on the site.
if the problems take more then a day fixing, backup and wipe the harddisk!
and get a better virus scanner next time....saves time, and the parcetomol tablets from my personal experience lol
you can backup using cmd, to another harddisk. If your always getting viruses like these, buy a cheap 20gb harddisk, just for the OS, and whenever your get problems, just wipe the harddisk which had the OS installed on it, no need for backing up.
Last edited by sting_695; 17th November 2007 at 19:38.
26th November 2007, 10:12 #14
hi all you could try panda anti virus ive had viruses which nothing would get rid of until i used this
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