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DO NOT PUT YOUR CREDIT CARD DETAILS IN!!
This is the virus trying to steal your credit card information. if you have already done so i suggest that you cancel that card immediately.
to get rid of this virus you will need a decent antivirus but im guessing that the computer is already seriously infected and will only let you use internet explorer.
if you have another computer available go to download.com and download avast antivirus or anything similar. transfer this onto a data stick and then try and install it on the infected pc. when installed avast will ask to reboot and run a system check up for viruses installed in the start up menu. continue to do this. it may take a while, depending on how badly affected your computer is.
hope this helps but remember do not give credit card details or any other personal information.
im sorry there is no one answer to this problem a couple of possible solutions are to 1. Reboot the computer to restart Setup.
2. When Setup starts again, press F7 when you see the "Press F6 if you
need to install a third-party SCSI or RAID driver" screen.
Windows automatically disables the installation of the ACPI HAL and
installs the Standard PC HAL. You should also contact the manufacturer
of your computer to obtain a BIOS that is fully ACPI compliant.
you could have a bad stick or sticks of ram
or you need to flash/update you bios
or you need to clear the cmos [removal of battery or a jumper switch depending on your mobo]
once again im sorry to not have a clear one size fits all solution to this problem i hope this helps you and please vote for me
There are Spyware/malware resulting to this kind
of behavior. You can remove your System Disk to another system that have
antispiware up-to-date database. Kaspersky or AVG Internet Security are very
effective. Or else Im afraid you will need to format you OS
drive to eradicate virus and malwares and reinstall the OS
It could be, have you tried restoring your computer to an earlier date when you know that it was working okay. If you haven't loaded anything on your computer after this problem occured(programmes specifically), then do a system restore and see if it helps. It will restore your system files back to an earlier date. Go to Start>programs>accessories>system tools>system restore.
Choose a date when you know that it was working alright then click on restore. The computer will restore your files to your chosen date and then it will reboot your comptuer.
when you do a right click on your drive c:\ do you notice an AUTOPLAY option in the menu???? if there is...you might have a virus....try to update and run your antivirus....NOD32 is good at those kind of viruses....