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Download i cannot down load anything on my computer it just pops up contact the adminstation i have done everythin gotten rid of all my use less stuff re booted i have no idea what to do and its getting really annoying i need help please

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If you are logged on to the administrator account, and still can not do anything.  I would say more than likely it is spyware or malware that is causing your issues.  I just fixed a computer for a customer last night with the same issues.  It was so bad on his that I had to backup all his important data and do a reformat.

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Download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware on ANOTHER computer.

Suggest use the free version. It's all you need,

http://download.cnet.com/Malwarebytes-Anti-Malware/3000-8022_4-10804572.html

(Click on Download Now in the small green rectangle, to the top left side )

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Turn your laptop on, and open the DVD drive tray. Install the Malwarebytes CD disk, close the tray.

When Malwarebytes is loaded, install it. Then run Malwarebytes.

You may see pop-up, after pop-up, as Malwarebytes is running. So many in fact, that you may not see the Malwarebytes screen, and wonder if it is running.
IT IS. Takes usually around 8 minutes to complete.

The pop-ups may have what looks to be genuine Microsoft icons. (Shield)
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Click on the real ones? Why? Microsoft hasn't done you any good in this matter so far.

It doesn't work, and you are just slowing down Malwarebytes. Do Not touch anything until Malwarebytes is done.

Once done you will have your Administrator privileges back again.
You can access Control Panel, Task Manager, System Restore, etc.

Suggest you go to System Restore, and TURN IT OFF, temporarily.
System Restore restores the laptops files, AND the 'virus'.

Click on Start > Hover your mouse cursor on All Programs > Go up to Accessories, over and down to System Tools, and over and down to System Restore. (Windows XP)

Click on System Restore.

When System Restore has loaded, click on - System Restore Settings - on the left side of the screen.

Click IN the empty box to the left of - Turn off System Restore on all drives
Now go below to the right, and click on Apply.
Go below to the left, and click on OK.

Run Malwarebytes one more time. When finished go back to System Restore > System Restore Settings > and click in the box once more. Empty square box.
Click on Apply, and OK once more.

Also suggest you go back to the main System Restore page, and click on the circle to the left of -
Create a restore point. Then click on Next at the bottom.

You will have a system restore point that you Know is good.
(Be aware that after time the restore point is gone. Windows updates the restore point. You may want to go into system restore once in a while, and ensure you have a vaild good restore point)

The 'Virus' you picked up is no virus at all. It's a sham.
It is a 'Scareware Malware'.

Pretends to be genuine, but is a hoax. Purchasing it does nothing. It does not remove itself.
It is a new version of an old piece of cr@p, MS Antivirus,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_Antivirus

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

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First let me tell you why these are so difficult to get rid of. When you get the bug, and it first opens, it puts several other hidden copies of itself in the machine. These copies are dormant, so it hard for your antivirus to find them. If you get rid of the active one, then one or two more open, leaving several more copies behind. Here's where it gets tricky, the it leaves behind the copies in places where most antiviruses do not check, or at least on a regular basis, ie.. picture files, registry files, driver files, screen savers, etc... So, when you think you've gotten rid of it, it comes back in a week or so.

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