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I have virus 360 on and it has disabled restore and rebOOT.I have tried evrything to get it off and not having much luck.`HELP`

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Okay, be vary, vary careful. This can really F up your computer. If I were you, I would back up all of the data from the computer before removing this antivirus. You can also buy programs that can scan and remove it for you. Like: SpyHunter.
Doing it yourself,

  1. Stop Antivirus processes
  2. Find and then delete files of Antivirus 360
  3. Remove Antivirus 360 registeries.
Put AVG Free 8.0 on your computer. It is free and works great. While AVG is in your computer, it can pick up and remove whatever harm is done by Antivirus 360.
There is other ways to take it out but, this should only be done by experts.
Let me know what happens.

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