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How to Recover Your Computer from Virus Attack {XP ,VISTA ,WINDOWS 7 ,Etc }

Software 1:DiskHeal
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this software is used to Restore the
A:folder Option (Hidden files option restore)
B:C:, D:, E, F,_ _ Etc Drive not opening when double clicked from "MY Computer" Pendrive not opening etc.
C:Task man not openning (ie to recover Task Man is disabled by your ADMINISTRATOR error")
and more............
D:Restore Registry Editor

Software 2:Autorun virus removal (can remove autorun virus form your computer)
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A:restore Exe file error's
B:anti-virus not installing {some viruses block installation of Anti-virus software } provide solution for these problem
C:can repair Safe Mode Option{if you are unable to access Safe mode .some viruses block's the safe mode}
and more........

software 3:similar software (file size is 22MB)
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software 4:Antivicrypt
To recover files infected by .viCryptā€¯ extension. virus
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4:Install antivirs software
update and do full system scan
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5:Go to Run type Cmd and Type SFC/SCANNOW and press enter key
if your windows files are missing this command will restore the missing
files from windows CD"

make sure that you have the windows installation CD to try command


6:Install Registry cleaner
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Registry cleaner software -delete invalid entry in the registry thus speed up your system

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I can't see my old files in backUp on drive C after i restore my netbook using Acer eRecovery... I choose the "Restore the Opertaing System and Retain User Data" before final restoration, it reminds me that my old files will retain and trasfer to c:\Backup... But then after the restoration process, i check the used space in my drive C... still close to the used space as before... but i cant see my files in backUp... and even if i select all the files in drive C including hidden files, and check the size in its properties... I doesn't show the original used space of C... pls help me... thanks


let me start w/the good news: your files are not lost. the only question is how difficult will it be to retrieve them.Acer recovery will only back up the files/folders in the user profiles folder located in C:/Users/"user name" i.e. desktop my docs my music etc. and only those folders which you select (usually) so if you had documents/files outside this location then they are "gone" for now. but since you cannot see anything in c:/backup this makes me think the files are hidden. goto the control panel and select folder options. then select the view tab and scroll down till you see the option to show hidden files & folders and select it. OTHERWISE there was a problem w/the restore which unfortunately is far to common w/the built in back/restore software that comes on many laptops. Windows back up & restore software has had a history of inconsistency as well. (i use Acronis for this reason) if i am correct...you will need a professional w/some skill to retrieve your files intact and it will be costly:( hopefully you have backed them up but if not i hope you will do so form now on. hope this helps and if you have any more questions just ask:)

Jul 28, 2011 | Acer Aspire One D250 16GHz Intel Atom...

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Hi I have a memory stick that is no longer showing the files on it that I could see yesterday. Something happened last night to it that it stopped showing the files, which I need. Is there a way to restore the files to my memory stick? Thanks. carolyn


Hi usually data do not be recover from dead flash drive but please try this option:
  • Be prepared beforehand

    Installing any software after data loss will increase the risk of the lost data being overwritten. A recovery program installed now is good insurance for your data.

    Free recovery software. There are many good free recovery programs out there. Installing one now may be the difference in keeping and loosing valuable data.

    Commercial recovery software

    Commercial recovery software will increase the chances of recovering important data. It's not free but can be well worth the price.
  • Step 2What to do

    Use your system as little as possible until you recover all of your lost files.

    The more activity taking place on your hard diskmag-glass_10x10.gif, the greater chance that some of your lost data will be over written. If you are trying to recover files from a media card, stop using that card immediately.


  • Jul 23, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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    How to remove a program,that is not on the "ADD & REMOVE" list


    Try running the program first and seeing if there is any option to remove it that way. If there is not, then you will have to delete all the program data manually.
    Enter the C:// drive and look for a file called Program Files. Look for the folder with the name of the program or the program's publisher. If you find the program's, delete the folder and if your find the publisher, enter that folder and delete the program's folder. Some newer systems have Program Files (x86) or (x64), so check there too.
    Also, turn on viewing of hidden files. Depending on your operating system, there are multiple ways to do this, google "Viewing hidden files in (insert operating system)". After these are revealed, go back to the C:// drive and enter Documents and Settings, followed by your username. A folder should now be seen which is a lighter color and looks different from others name Application Data. Enter this hidden file and delete the Program folder or enter publisher then delete the program folder.
    I hope this helps and apologize if it does not,
    -Robert

    Jul 15, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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