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My Laptop (running windows xp home sp2) is really doing some crazy things. I think I have a bad virus. I went to run my virus scan (avg) and I am unable to even open the program. I tried to remove all of my important files and I am unable to back them up on any storage media because of the virus. I tried to connect to the internet but my wireless is disabled and I can't enable it to run an online scan. I don't know what to do. Please help

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Run system restore and choose a date prior to when your computer catched the virus. if t doesnt resolve the issue, boot system to safe mode with networking(restart the computer and keep tapping f8 key during startup and select safe mode with networking). from there you should be able to acess the internet and backup your files as well. hope it'll help. good day. =)

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