Good morning, early this morning my computer started giving me the following msg: "You have a security problem" and I don't know how to resolve this. Another message pops up asking do I want to scan my pc and when I type Yes, another msg states Explorer was disconnected or has ended.
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Start in safe mode with networking and download spybot search and destroy. Load and update it. Run it and follow the instructions to delete any malware it finds. You may also use MalwareBytes to do the same thing. Both are very good and free for home users.
Continuing our HOW TO series,we’ll look at how to remove ‘Your Computer Might Be At Risk’ alerts coming up in the tray icon on Windows XP based PCs. If you disable/turn off the default ‘Windows Firewall’ or if you turn off Automatic Updates(Not Recommended) or if you don’t have any updated anti-virus program running on your Windows XP based computer,you would see some annoying message/alert coming at the tray icon of your PC. It is actually intended to alert the user,however many PC users find it annoying. So follow the below points to turn it off. Navigate to Start>Settings>Control Panel>Security Center Once you’ve launched the security center,look at the left hand side of the window. Look for the ‘Change the way security center alerts me’ under ‘Resources’ tab. Uncheck all the options to completely turn off the security center alerts.That’s all,You’re done. Note:However,it is Always highly recommended to turn on your firewall/automatic updates and update your anti-virus program. Post comments if you liked this post.
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You have two methods to rest on two different conditions.
First if you want to re-set in normal mode and a second thing if you have forgotten the password.
First of all enter into Bios Setup then Security and Reset your password.
Second if you have forgotten your password and you need to reset without power on your computer take these steps;
1. Uncover your computer
2. See a jumper near to hard connector. This jumper sets on two legs total of three and one leg free.
3. Changer jumper side ... It sets on free leg and then one leg will free.
4. Now, starts on your computer, it will give you a message. Now follow the message and accept changes for Bios and press enter.
5. Once again switch off your computer.
6. Reset jumper on the same place and cover your computer again.
7. Start your computer enter into Bios without any password. Now you can set your password from security tab again.
To locate 3rd party applications that may be causing conflicts:
1. Click the Start menu in Windows 2. Click on Programs 3. Look for above types of applications (McAfee, Norton, Symantec, ZoneAlarm, etc.)
If you are unsure as to how to disable the security software, please contact the manufacturer of the applications you have installed on your computer.
I think The default security provider in Windows XP has been changed
To reset the default security provider in Windows XP, delete the relevant registry keys in the Windows registry. To do this, follow these steps:
Start the computer. Press the F8 key during startup to start the computer in Safe mode.
Start Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe).
Delete the following registry keys in the Windows registry: