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Crashed files i think my laptop was infected by a virus im worried that my files crashed. lattop is acting up auto reboot and shutting down. how can i fix this problem?

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  • Ryan Wendell May 11, 2010

    could you explain alittle more what files cause this? please explain what causes this (clicking a certain file or what lol i mean their is so many things possible to go wrong please explain and i will be glad to help)

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First of, your files did not crash. Your PC did. Your files may only get corrupted at best.

First, download a registry cleaner. A good one is Avast registry cleaner. Also download a virus removal tool or an antivirus. Avast also can be a good one. I recommend getting Avira Free version.

Boot your PC into Safe Mode (press F8 while PC is booting). Then install Avira in Safe Mode. Scan your PC. Run Avast registry cleaner. Reboot.

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2. Use original anti-virus support.

3. Minimum try full system scan 3 days a week.

4. Before open any external memory device ( Example : hard drive, pen drive, memory card, mobile, etc ) don't forget to scan.

5. Symbol of virus infected device is Auto Run option. ** if you use a pen-drive then just right click on drive, if your seen the top option is Auto Run / there is 2 time showing Auto Run that's mean the device infected by virus."

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1- Scanning computer to eliminate malwares, spywares and the viruses from your laptop.
2- Repairing and cleaning Windows registry.
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Solution corrupt Windows files:
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