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Late booting my computer takes lot of time to boot after getting infected by to solve this problem.

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Re: late booting

Go start run then type MSCONFIG and Go Startup and desable all programs.Just don't desable ANTIVIRUS and restart the pc

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I'm not sure what do you mean by a "google chrome virus"
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My computer wont show regular official sites it leads me to different ones please fix problem

Is the machine infected ? Try booting from a clean Linux LiveDVD system or the stand-alone boot drive you remembered to make when you installed the anti-virus.

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I am repeatedly getting reminders that I no longer have any anti virus protection for the year 2012

Go to
Install the home edition.
Do a boot time scan, reboot the computer and it will remove any infections you had\have.

Norton is worthless, I've been in the PC world for almost 7years and for the first year I tried to use Norton with no luck. I have since stuck with Avast and never have an issue.

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Trying to get rid of Security Master AV

It sounds as if you are still infected. If you have acess to another PC you can download and burn the F-Secure rescue CD which will scan your system before your OS boots (you need to set your BIOS to boot from CD).

Instructions and download here

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How has mcafee let vires that has totaly wreck my computer, and as i pay sky for mcafee my contract is with sky and not mcafee i have sent three emails and not had a reply yet

There is no such thing as a perfect anti-virus program. The very best of them will only catch about 92--95% of potential viruses that they scan. And if you happen to click on the wrong thing or go to the wrong web page that is all ti takes to get an infection.

Mcafee is actually a pretty good antivirus program. If it is updated with the latest virus signatures it should be able to catch and kill most viruses other than the very latest new ones. Those new ones if they are differant may not be recognized as a virus until the next update.

Until you hear from Sky? I would sugest you update mcaffee and run a boot scan if your version has that option. Make sure it is set to scan all files and archives. That should help if not clean out the virus.

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I am not able to updat my norton antivrus though it is still valid for another 500days above.symantic emial scanner endlessly scannin the emails that are never sent and slowing down my computer very...

You have most likely acquired some malware that Norton did not catch (this is not just a problem with Norton, but with all virus products). Go to and download the latest free version. If your malware is particularly nasty, it will block this site in which case you'll have to download the software on another computer and put it on a USB drive or CD. Boot your computer into safe mode (hit F8 repeatedly upon turning on your computer until the boot menu comes up) and select Safe Mode with Networking. Once in safe mode, install and run the MalwareBytes program. Let it update (if it can) and run a full scan (will take some time). After it completes, have it remove all infected files. Now reboot the computer and let it start normally. Run a complete scan with Norton and it should start updating again with no problems.

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Trying free trial. only lasted one day. It stopped working and my computer seriously infected.

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My personal computer is virus infected.

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install it, update it and do a full virus scan.

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I am giving you magic out of my pendora box..........
As your system has got infection so booting it normally actually wont help you much so kindly boot your system in safemode with networking and download following
2.Trojan Remover.exe
Now update it and run them one by one in sequence ,This will free your system from any harmfull infection may it be ,you ve mentioned that you are not able to view regedit it is because of trojan
Now these steps not omly fixes the problem but makes your pc 20-30 times fast depending upon configuration as ypur sytem performace will be automatically optimized and prevent and future intrusion
Thanks And Regards

Fixya at your service,........Sir
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I am in huge problem with virus attack. Please help me

Is your antivirus updated? Always make sure to update your antivirus.

Use a clean PC and download a virus removal tool for the specific virus that infected your PC at

Put your virus removal tool (or tools) into a CD or USB thumbdrive then insert it into your infected PC's USB port.

Commonly, you can boot via Safe Mode:
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However, it is much more advisable to use a live CD tool like MiniPE and scan your PC to remove the viruses.

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