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Computer virus i cant use my bearshare and always hang and sometimes its get my computer automatically off and always appear the spyware what can i do

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Re: computer virus

Your bear share coulb be infected with a jumper,

run them both

Btw i recommend Super Antispyware for this as its free and always works

RUN A registary cleaner such as tune up utilities

Download and reinstall the lates bear share..


or it could be another problem like your memory or hard drive, but very unlikely..

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

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How do i get spyware off my computer? I keep being keylogged and am unsure how i have avg and norton scan daily could you please suggest a better anti spyware/malware

Although anti-spyware and anti-virus software are intended to protect your computer from advertisement pop-ups, slow performance and security threats, they can prevent some of your computer programs from running properly. This is especially true for anti-spyware software. This is why you may chose to disable them. If you disable either your anti-spyware and anti-virus software, take into consideration that you are making your computer more vulnerable to security threats like viruses, worms and trojan horses.
Disabling Anti-Spyware
  • 1Open the anti-spyware program on your computer. Sometimes there is an icon for the software located either on the desktop or in the toolbar on the lower right-hand corner of the computer, next to the clock. Double-click to open the software if it's on your desktop. Right-click on the icon if it's in the toolbar.
  • 2 Turn off the anti-spyware software by removing the check mark from the "on" button. If you have Ad-Watch Anti-Spyware, you will need to uncheck the word "active" and "automatic" to disable the software. If you are running SpyBot Tea Timer, click on "advanced mode" and then uncheck the teatimer.
  • 3 Click "yes" for the anti-spyware software to be disabled.

Jul 06, 2011 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with...

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My pc is always turning off unexpectedly, there are informations that it was having a virus, trojan, spyware and worms, what are this things, i didnnt really know, and what will i do to solve this? pls...

hello there

First turn off your automatic restart you can find this one by right your computer icons choose hardware tab and click for start up and recovery uncheck the automatic restart click ok all and you need antivirus program to scan your computer, and remove p2p software or application you dont trust.

thank you

Mar 07, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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My pc is always hang

scan for viruses/spywares if that doesnt help
try formatting and reinstalling and then use a good antivirus/antispyware

Jun 21, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Possible causes of failure in booting PC

Entire books have been written about the infamous BSOD. Fragmentation of are hard drive is generally the result of a crowded HD.

How to help. Have you check your computer for viruses, spyware, etc. Several free programs exist as well as some online scanner.

I have used AVG before with no problem. Remember however that free software does not actively keep your computer clean. They,in effect, catch the virus after it is on your computer. Paid versions include real time scanning of you computer.

Spyware is different and ever present, cookies included. I have used Advance System Care, both the free and paid versions. This programs scans for spyware, registry problems, privacy issues, and cleans junk files. Another IOBIT product , Security 360, scans for trojans, and deep problems. Both have free as well as upgrades for their products. Additionally, each program has other components which can optimize your system, check and recommend security problems and defense, disk fragmentation.

Check also your HD properties. How much free space do you have? If you are less than 50%, you might add another HD. Besides storage for programs and data the HD is used by the CPU for a type of memory. Not enough space and it will slow your computer down and require the HD to fragment any new files added.

Good luck, hope this helps

Feb 01, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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Pop up saying you have a virus, i try to go online, or into properties and it keep saying, wmiadap.exe is infected. It always pop up to buy antivirus software.

It seems as if you have downloaded a spyware program such as a wallpaper which has caused you to have a fake antivirus 2009 running. Make an Ultimate Boot CD and run every AV tool and spyware/malware that was on the CD. After running all the tools install your XP SP2 CD to repair the installation Download and run hijack this to see if still have the virus lurking on the computer.

Jan 17, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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I would try running one of the free online scans by someone like Mcafee or PCCillin, you can run these without actually buying the software. They will help you see if you have any issues.
As for the file you cannot delete. It is likely that this file has been locked hence your not able to remove it. There is a free handy program called unlocker that may help if you search for this on google and install it, you can then right click on the file and you will have a new unlocker option, choose this and you can then unlock the file, and even try and delete the file from this program.
Hope this helps. Please note I have no idea what your file it so I cant guarantee that if you remove this file everything will still work, as long as your sure its ok to delete the method above should work.


Jan 24, 2008 | Operating Systems

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System restarts on its own.

If you have been connected to the internet without the proper virus software or spyware software then you may have contracted a virus or you may have spyware causing your system to automatically reboot. If you do have a virus software remove your computer from the internet after you have updated the virus software. Run the virus software to see if you have any viruses. I suggest then to look in Add/Remove programs and start uninstalling any software that you are not familiar with if the system allows you to do so.

Dec 05, 2007 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Xp hangs .we rebooted the xp machine but it agin got hanged .when we login and click any icon like IE .it hangs

Reboot computer in safe mode by pressing f8 key at boot. Select safe mode. Run your spyware removal program to clean of spyware. Then run your antivirus to check for and clean viruses. After complete restart computer normally. If it boots to desktop and can access the internet, update your virus scan and run another scan & clean. If this does not work boot computer with your xp cd, select r for repair console. At the dos prompt type fixboot then hit enter, and y. Then type exit to reboot. If that does not work reboot with cd same steps as before except type chkdsk c: /r  and ht enter. After done exit to restart.

Hope this helps... please comment if further assistance is needed

Oct 26, 2007 | Operating Systems

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