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I got virus

Hi.my pc got virus i think its torjan... its making folders in folders with
the same name i think u got my point so ...
i need help i want 2 remove it.plz

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  • sos123 Mar 24, 2008

    Hi,

    My system has got affected by trojan virus. When i'm scanning my system using AVG antivirus free edition, its automatically getting restarted. I have formatted the system for 2 times, then also tat virus still exists in my PC. Whther i have to purchase any anti-virus or can be cleaned by any other process. Can u pls guide me giving your solution.



    Thanks,

    sos

  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2008

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If your pc is running on windows xp,, good news you can easily remove trojan virus by doing a system restore

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