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How do I remove the syswow64 virus?

Hi, bleeping computer have an excellent page with lots of information regarding this infection:
tunelling sys64 exe Program Information

If you scroll down the page there is a "How to remove a Trojan, Virus, Worm, or other Malware" link. This will take you to a page that will take you through the process of malware removal step by step.

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I have a Dell Inspiron 580 with the intel core i3 processor. Recently I ahve been having problems with opening programs. Most of the time everything works fine. However, on occasion I will try to open my...

Hi oconnor,

It does indeed sound like a virus or some sort of malware. The good news is that you can get expert help without paying anything, or not much at least. The web site is called What the Tech and has experts in virus and malware removal. They will give you step by step instruction on how to clean up your system. The site is a donation based forum, they will not charge you anything for the service, after you system is clean you can make a donation if you wish to. Here is the link:

Hope this helps

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Did complete scan with anti viruses internet security. It is freezing and very slow to bring up anything including reading mail. It says no viruses worms etc. What is it. Nothing new on computer.

You need to find out what process is hogging up your resources and slowing down your computer. Open task manager and look for a process that is using up a lot of CPU, memory or both. Once you have found the process first google the name to see what program it belongs to and if it is legitimate or a virus2_bing.gif.

If the process is tied to an application you can end the process and see if your computer2_bing.gif speeds up. If this is the case you will need to do a little research to see why that application is so resource intensive.

If it is a virus you will need either use another anti-virus program to remove it or find instructions on how to do it manually.

May 21, 2010 | PC Desktops

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Got virus av guru, how do i remove it?


I know the last soluation will not have heklped as the av guru stops you from opening anything even IE so here is what u do.

Turn off your Computer!

Re boot and as oon as you get the start box appearing click on it,
Click All Programs
System Tools
System Restore

The system will shut down automatically and resotore will start.
Leave this to run select a dtae 24 hours before you got virus and all will be well.

Trust me I had it early this week .

Once done run anti virus software, Spyware, Reg cleaner and Defrag

This will sort it completely.

NOTE:- You do have to be very quick with starting resore OR virus wil stop you opening anything.

Get back to me if u need anything else.

Mar 04, 2010 | HP PC Desktops

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My laptop has a virus,how can i remove this?

If you don't know what virus you have, how do you know you have one.

Anti-virus software removes a virus, unless you tell me what virus you have
I can't explain how to remove it manually.

Download two things, they are free,

Avira free anti-virus, this is the second best anti-virus software on the planet, and I am not saying this because a friend told me, this is based on actual testing.

Next, download Malwarebytes, they also have a free version.

Below I will post the links for both, these will take care of anything you have. Unless you only think you have a virus, and it just a windows problem.

It says

Avira AntiVir Personal - Free Antivirus

Look down the page, and you will see the download button.

I you have a virus, this will take care of it, and if you need more help just

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I have the trojan.brisv.alinf virus on my computer.

Give Malware Bytes a chance to clean your system. Generally it'll kill just about anything.

Post your results back here and/or any issues you had with installation and scanning so we may further assist.

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How can i remove virus

You can remove virus by using updated antivirus. Install it on your computer. I recommend you to use updated AVG 8 or AVAST antivirus full versions because it will surely remove viruses from your system. Scan your computer with the antivirus and don't forget to delete all the infected files and the viruses found in the chest or mostly known as virus vault. Use only one antivirus on your system because using more than one antivirus may crash down your computer.

Jan 16, 2009 | PC Desktops

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I need computer is aving trojan virus.which antivirus software remove virus?

AVG free edition should do the trick, but the safest way to get rid of a virus is reformatting your hard drive.

Dec 29, 2008 | PC Desktops

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A spy sweeper kept popping up and i finally clicked install and then my desktop and taskbar disappeared! my right click wont work and i am unable to shut my computer down

If it was a pop up NOT FORM THE WEB or while you WERE NOT online then you could be fine and a simple restore form the factory disks that only replaces the OS without a format / erase should put things back in order.
If it was a popup form the web you have most likely inadvertently installed a virus. 
Perform a hard power down [unplug it] and restore from the factroy DVD/cd's making sure to perform a full format/erase to be sure the virus is gone.
That is the easiest way to get rid of a virus. SOrry but any data you may have will be LOST. and anything you dont have backed up will be gone forever.
2 lessions, dont click to install anything from popups and make backups of anything you find to be important to you because if its not a virus someday it could be something else like a hard drive failure.
Good Luck

May 02, 2008 | PC Desktops

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AOL shuts down and broadband (AT&T) is unable to re connect

could be a virus ,(denial of service bug)

reset pc back to an earlier time before the problem occurred.

run anti virus & anti spyware scanning programs.

if you clean the pc up and you have corrected the problem,then and only then

turn off restore function, reboot the pc then turn restore function back on ,this will remove anything hiding in these restore points.

good luck and please rate my efforts.

Apr 03, 2008 | PC Desktops

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