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You havn't really clarified what your problem is. You say "i always encounter antivir guard" so I can only assume you are encountering some type of message from the anti virus program while using your pc.The easiest method to fix this is to disable the antivirus program or remove it. Installing AVG antivirus(do a google search) is a free program and will not have annoying pop ups.
If the anti-virus program is blocking programs then you need to go into the settings and change the option where it does that.
The settings may also contain a way to stop the notifications.
Unless you provide more and clarifiying details I won't be able to help you better! Let me know if you have questions.
You'll need to start your computer in "safe-mode". Your other option is to make a bootable usb drive with Unetbootin. You'll need to use a different computer for this. This will enable you to save your files and then reinstall a new operating system (xp, vista or 7).
that's common in norton that's why i'm not using it anymore,they are repeating scanning virus even you delete or remove..and they also hard to remove from your system..on my part i restore my system to when before i installed norton..so do the restoration system
The "best practises" approach recommends:
1. backup of your data/music/E-mail files.
2. a "full" format of your C: drive.
3. reinstall Windows from trusted media.
4. install anti-virus software, and update it.
5. run Windows Update, repeatedly, to get all the updates since 2000 (when XP was released).
6. reload your data.
What kind of firewall-software, antivirus-software or internetsecurity-software do you have installed right now?
It could be a problem between software that protects your computer/notebook and has already some kind of firewall build-in..
I experienced that many many times, installed xp on vista based laptop is not a problem at all...
I think it;s just an XP cd's, and it may absolutely contain virus...you can try another booting CD, or disabling antivirus at the bios first.
scan with effective antivirus.if install antivirus does not work then install new other antivirus then watch its work or not
because some antivirus does not work on some spacial virus that's why you have to install new antivirus.
other wise there is no way to remove virus besides format hard disk.