Question about Unknown Acer Aspire S Series Ultrabook S3-951-6828 13.3 Notebook Computer
No matter how many times I reboot my laptop to its original systems restore I can't get rid of the virus. Is there anything I can do without taking it to a repair shop? So far I've tried running it in safe mode and every other windows recommended solution. Please help It's annoying the hell out of me!
Doing a system restore will not remove the virus , you need to boot in safe mode with network settings , go on-line and go to cnet.com and download a program called avg antii-virus a free anti-virus program and run it , this should remove the virus , lrt me know if you are able to do this , if not I will advise futher ,GoodLuck Roy
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Asus has become one of the "Top 5" computer manufacturers worldwide.
CNET attributes this growth to the Netbook craze.
The company's name comes from the last four letters of "Pegasus," the winged horse from Greek Mythology.
You can restore your Asus laptop to the original factory settings in about five minutes.
Restart your ASUS laptop and press the "F9" key while the computer is booting up.
This will open the boot screen. Select "Recover Windows to Entire HD" and press "Enter."
Press "Y" three times when asked if you are sure that you want to restore.
The laptop will restore the factory settings.
The computer will then shut down and start up again.
Approve the license agreement, then select your "Language preference."
Enter your name into the box and click "Next."
Enter your password twice on the next screen and select "Next."
Enter the time zone and date information, then select "Next." Select "Finish" on the next screen and the computer will reboot.
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During the boot process, a blue bar with www.dell.com appears at the top of the screen.
If you do not press in time, let the computer finish starting, and then restart the computer again.
NOTICE: If you do not want to proceed with PC Restore, click Reboot in the following step.
The restore process takes approximately 6-10 minutes to complete.
The computer restarts. Because the computer is
restored to its original operating state, the screens that appear, such
as the End User License Agreement, are the same ones that appeared the
first time the computer was turned on.
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