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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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exactly the same thing has happened to be before, but I was able to solve the problem using Avira Anti-virus.
Here is what you have to do to get your flash drive working again;
Install Avira Anti virus on on your computer. If you don't have Avira anti-virus software, go to www.avira.com, on the Avira home page, you will see Free download. Click on the free download. Allow the software download on your computer. Go to the location where the software was download and click on the software to have it installed on your computer.
After the Avira nti-virus has been successfully or completely installed on your computer, insert the data-traveler 8GB into the USB port of your computer.
The moment the data-traveler 8GB is inserted, the Anti virus will pop out with a dialogue box alerting you about virus detected on the data-traveler 8GB.
Select 'Delete...", and the box might pop out over and over. Just keep selecting delete until the whole virus is deleted from the data-traveler 8GB and your flash will be okay.
You can format the data-traveler 8GB thereafter or right click on the data-traveler 8GB from 'My computer' and scan the drive with Avira anti virus.
This should fix the problem you are facing presently. But if it does not solve the problem, please let me know so that I can give the next step to taking.
Continuing our HOW TO series,we’ll look at how to remove ‘Your Computer Might Be At Risk’ alerts coming up in the tray icon on Windows XP based PCs. If you disable/turn off the default ‘Windows Firewall’ or if you turn off Automatic Updates(Not Recommended) or if you don’t have any updated anti-virus program running on your Windows XP based computer,you would see some annoying message/alert coming at the tray icon of your PC. It is actually intended to alert the user,however many PC users find it annoying. So follow the below points to turn it off. Navigate to Start>Settings>Control Panel>Security Center Once you’ve launched the security center,look at the left hand side of the window. Look for the ‘Change the way security center alerts me’ under ‘Resources’ tab. Uncheck all the options to completely turn off the security center alerts.That’s all,You’re done. Note:However,it is Always highly recommended to turn on your firewall/automatic updates and update your anti-virus program. Post comments if you liked this post.
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
Go here http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php and download the Malware Byttes Anti-Malware Trial Application. That removes all of those Fake Virus Alerts. Just make sure you delete all system restore points aswell when the malware is removed, as otherwise it will just creep back in on the system.
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