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Packard Bell imedia 1605 4 yrs old. Possible software virus. Advised to run recovery programme. Recovery programme won't run properly. Help

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Save what files you can to disc and to a fresh install of windows and do windows update.thats the easiest way. But why do you think you have a virus?

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Fixya is not and never has been a representative for Packard Bell, Dell, HP, Sony, Gateway, or any other computer OEM or accessory hardware manufacturer. What we are is a site to where computer users can come to get some degree of professional help regarding various computer issues. The more information provided by the customer, the more likely we can be of some help. Your problem referring to a Packard Bell Imedia 1308 might be best answered on the Packard Bell site here. It would be my wish that questions that might deal with warrenty issues and manufacturer OEM issues be properly handled by the OEM in question. And there is NO doubt in my mind that Fixya has never provided a recovery disk for your or anyone's model computer. What we can do sometimes depending on our experience levels with various computers is provide information that might help someone create their own recovery disk from software that comes installed from the OEM factory on their computers. For example, my Sony Vaio has recovery software that creates factory default recovery DVDs, and Fixya has no legitimate and probably no legal reason to be providing such information. So please refer to your OEM manufacturer or the vendor who sold you the computer for these kinds of questions.

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