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LAN problem possibly due to virus.

Resp Sir,
I tried to solutions i.e. to search for the ip of the computer from run command and to ping for ip address.
But it is not working.
i think it is virus.
Please help me Sir.
My problem was......
Resp. Sir,
i have a small internet cafe *** game centre and am facing a virus problem. The symptoms are that - Internet is working ok ( I am using an external modem and a hub) but when i try to use my network places to copy files from one computer to another, it is not working. Some pcs are seen disappered from lan and though some are seen lan permission related message is comming. My Seagate firewall settings are ok. I use avg and ad aware. All drives are shared.
Pl tell me solution.
The problem is solved before when i had formatted hard disk ( erased). But i do not want to do formatting each and every time if i get a good solution.
Pl. pl. pl. help.....

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Hi,
I work over a 2 years in internet cafe. I was system administrator! The best way is to create clone's backup. I assume that machine is the same. Do fresh installation on one computer, when you finished create ghost of that computer and use it for further. And another thing, on your server go in manage device and setup permission and protocol for each machine. And be ware that your machine will always have some virus. It's impossible to protect 100%.
Regards and good luck

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