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Virus blocked some system files, virus attacked on my system and now anti virus is not installed due to viruses. What should I do ?

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Hi

Can you send me your Task Manager's -> Processes Screen shot. May be I could help you.



Posted on Oct 29, 2008

  • Hitesh Thappa Oct 29, 2008

    Hi you can send me the screen shot at hiteshthappa@yahoo.com & hiteshthappa@gmail.com

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