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Need help reboot my computer

My computer has an virus and im trying to shut down the whole thing and reboot it overs again,before the computer comes up i hold down the delete bootton and shift at the same time and i get the menu and i dont kno where to go from there!

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If you just want to shut your system down, turn it off, then press and hold the on/off button in. The sys will eventually, after about 5-10 secs, turn itself off. However, you will have to reconfigure your HDD and re-install your OS to get rid of the virus. Your best way to do that is to completely wipe the drive, then format it, prior to re-install. However, I would recommend you make a system disk before doing anything you the HDD. I would also recommend getting a copy of your sm bus controller driver from the hdd as there are a lot of us out here who have found it not on their recovery discs. These are your choices. Good luck to you.

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Hi.. first of all when ur system gets attacked by virus or threats its difficult to perform delete operations. The only best way is to format ur system with the help of XP cd. This XP cd will reboot ur operating system so that all viruses and threats available in ur C drive will get deleted... So the only option is to re install ur OS with XP cd...

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