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I cant open any virus scan program and cant open system restore

When iam trying to open any virues scan program like xoftspySE or similar it doesnt open not even give me any error message also with system restore when i choose the date to restore and press next its doesnt do anything i think i have a virus that stopping me to open some programs also internet explorer opens by itself with different websites so if you can please let me know how to fix it and what do i have to do

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  • Anonymous Dec 26, 2008

    *cryingface*

  • jdpadilla May 11, 2010

    I had a similar problem in my computer and I tried several steps, I
    even updated my antivirus software and downloaded SpyHunter 3 and it
    didn't work quite well until the entire system was reinstalled. I guess
    that you are facing a virus problem, so if updating your antivirus and
    getting another antispy software doesn't help at all, you'll have
    reinstall your system, because if it continues like that it will crash.
    Get somebody to reinstall your system but remember to get backup of
    your information.

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Hi,
Go to htpp://xviruslab.blogspot.com and download Quick Heal Anti Virus Plus or Quick Heal Total Security(PC to Mobile Scan, Antiphishing and Data Theft Protection) as per requirement. It can clear all your problems mail me for more details keerthyinfo@rediff.com

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Hi friend

you have i virus in your system infected you .exe files i advice you to format your pc and backup your data

Posted on Sep 01, 2009

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    advice you to backup your data and format you pc and install you data



    that's it

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Hi,
I strongly suggest that you remove Zone Alarm from your computer before you start to install any other virus scan program as its presence prevent other programs to work when you try to install them. For sure I know about it!!!!, make your choice about a good virus program first and stick to it...and install only one, otherwise you are just asking for problems.

To remove Zone alarm completely you have to start you computer in 'Safe Mode' and then go to Add/Remove programs in the Control Panel section to proceed and then reboot.

Thanks,
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Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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I think you may have some malware on your pc. Especially if its refusing access to any programme or the net and demanding money.

1) Don't send money is a scam.

2) Getting it off is a night mare. You'll need to take it out of the start menu and remove it from you HDD.

If you can get hold of or down load a copy of the ultimate boot cd for windows, this will boot with a windows type shell and then you can gain access to you pc files. or another operating system such as Ubuntu. you'll be able to do the same with this. Just dont install the software.

It would be best to Google this AV scam, there may be some advice there. But without actually being there, I can't help much more.

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