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I have formatted my whole computer to get rid of the virus that disables registry , task manager and other things . but i was shocked when i saw that again the registry and task manager has been disabled. i tried many times the solutions for it given on internet that is enabling them by gpedit.msc or by another registry editor but every time when i enabled them after 5 to 10 sec they get disabled again. i dont know why is this happenning there is no new folder .exe virus in my system even then this is happening . anyone please help me!
The virus may reside on your storage media. When you use it, it load again so clean also your other media like usb flash drive, burn back up media where the virus copy itself. Also if your harddrive have additional partition it will serve as another tools for reinfection.
If you are reformatting your harddrive, booting on a clean bootable media, to be make sure erase all partition, then repartition or make a new bootable, active partition.Then load OS(legit) then motherboard driver, Antivirus, install update. Make a restore point. Then other application software. Viral scan.
Or at your present state, try to download norton tools for reactivation of this application, tutorial on how to on read me. Use Avira free antivirus update and scan I recommend it for your antivirus its free and a killer(If this is not blocked by the virus). Also you can try to run malwarebytes antimalware with avira.
Then clean storage media like flash drive it is the common carrier.
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
If you wiped the drive and reinstalled the OS, did you also then swap out the memory?
That is one of several locations, including graphic card memory and other memory chips on the board including the CMOS or BIOS chips where a virus may reside comfortably awaiting the opportunity to undo what you have done.
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