Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
Your comp is infected for sure.i`ve seen many cases where my customer`s comp is infected and they face the same problem.
Simply turn on your computer. Wait for that rebooting message to appear. and go to: Start --> Run
If you can't find it quick enough.
Pressing the "Windows button" + R simultainusly will do the trick. a little window will pop. type in "shutdown -a" without the quotes. and press Enter or click ok.
download,install and run this software.after running the scan clean all the infections and restart your comp.
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