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Computer virus My computer will not allow me to logon due to a virus.

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  • John Hong
    John Hong May 11, 2010

    Could we have some more details please.

    Are you running Windows, Mac, Linux, BSD ...

    What version, what service pack

    What is happening when you try to logon, is there any sort of message or error code?

    What makes you suspect it is a virus?

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Make a BartPE boot disc. Put an addon for an antivirus program and an antispyware program in it too. Boot the computer up from that disc, and run bot the antivirus and the antispyware program and get rid of any problems. Also, if you want/need to, back up your data with it to an external drive.
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The command completed successfully.

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