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Re: a program do not let me work.
Re boot into safe mode (by pressing/tapping F8 key on boot before Windows begins to load), then select "Safe Mode" from the options provided and run a full virus scan with an updated anti virus program to attempt to eliminate a threat.
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this almost sounds like you acquired some kind of virus.
i would look in your programs and features for anything suspicious.
another place to look would be the add ons section inside your web browser for any extra programs running that are unneeded.
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Well, it depends on what kind of AntiVirus software you do have installed on your machine. Some like Kaspersky or BitDefender are tagging many files as being "viruses" EVEN they are not harmfully! Just go in the VAULT of your AntiVirus software and see the file; if it souns "familiar" (like a driver or an executable file) and you trust it just choose IGNORE and you will "bypass" the "virus alert". But if looks "odd" and "unfamiliar" just run a SYSTEM CHECK with your AntiVirus. You will never know. Always remember where you have been taking your files from! If are UNTRUSTED web sites it's a rule of thumb to scan such files!
If necessary, push down and hold the power button until the laptop turns off. Then push the button to turn on the laptop again. This should reset the laptop and unfreeze it. If this does not work. Then you may have a serious virus. There are two programs I would suggest you use to check on this.
Malwarebytes is a great anti malware program and Dr Web Cureit is a free stand alone virus scan that can run from a cd or flash drive. Attached are links to download these programs if you issued is not resolved after shutting down and restarting the laptop.
I am convinced that you have a virus called "FAKE ALERT". Download and install "Malwarebytes" run the program and it should take care of the virus. After that, run Disk Check Scan from windows to repair the windows damages and correct filing system errors. GOOD LUCK!! Lucky4lynn2
If Azureus opened and started downloading something, chances are it was an automatic update for it, and not a virus. Azereus is a pretty reliable torrenting program. Anyway, what you can do is download combofix. Then boot it in safemode with networking and run combofix. It should clear off any viruses you may have and fix your problems. Also, you may want to consider changing Anti-Viruses, as AVG, while decent, isn't always that reliable.
It sounds as if you may have spyware of sorts running on your computer slowing it down, possibly a virus or just too many programs running in the background. What are you running as far as Anti-Virus and is that software current (up to date)? You can try some Free downloads to look for and remove that junk from your computer... we use www.superantispyware.com to fix and remove any spyware, malware, trojans, etc. from our PC's. Also, turn off as many programs running in the background as possible and make sure if your on a network (home or office) that is is secured. So that no one outside can piggy back off of you.