Unable to connect to internet or any program whatsoever
I had many viruses on my dell desktop model DHM. I downloaded avast and moved over 100 viruses. Now when I start my computer it continues to say system error object name not found. What do I do? I tried rebooting and it didnt work.
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You will have to try booting from your Operating System CD and "Repair Windows." Once you get the computer up and running, you should boot into Safe Mode and install "SUPER AntiSpyware," "AVAST Home Free" and Spyware Blaster (links below). These will have to be downloaded from another computer because you will not have access to internet while in Safe Mode. After installing all three, reboot the computer, booting into Safe Mode once again, and run the three programs.
AVAST Home Free (Full Anti-Virus Protection) http://www.avast.com/free-antivirus-download
SUPER AntiSpyware (spyware prevention) http://www.superantispyware.com/downloadfile.html?productid=SUPERANTISPYWAREFREE
If MalwareBytes Anti-Malware tool and Avast anti-virus boot scan do not rid your system of the virus, you may have to remove the hard drive from the infected computer and using an adapter, attach it to another computer such as a laptop or another desktop. The adapter attaches to the hard drive and then uses a usb for the interface. They can be bought at computer stores for around 20 bucks. Once you have attached the infected drive, double click on the "My Computer" icon and then right click on the infected drive icon. Scroll down until you see the selection for either "scan with MalwareBytes" or "Scan with Avast". ONce these scans are complete, replace the hard drive back into the original system. Another great scanner is Super AntiSpyware. All these are free downloads at www.filehippo.com
Then disconnect from the internet by unplugging your RJ-45 ethernet cable. Then boot into safe mode by pressing F8 and run avast to check for viruses and remove. sounds like the person responsible for putting a virus on your computer. I would not attempt to do anything associated with that. Hope this helps.
This comes from a fake version of FlashPlayer that was released. I would recommend disconnecting from the Internet, uninstalling all copies of FlashPlayer from your system using add/remove programs then run AntiVirus do a complete restart of your system before doing anything else then run a full AV again just to double check then goto the Adobe site to download the proper version of Flash Player.
Fortunatly it's not a real Virus, it's a Fake Trojan! But I can understand it is really irritating. If this doesnt work please do let me know by commenting back on this site.