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How do i reboot my Eee PC?

I am trying to reboot my Eee PC because i think a have the iexplorer.exe virus and its not letting use any of my system programs?

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How sure can you be sure you have this virus?
There could be other reasons
I cannot answer this question without further in detail description of problem ,type of operating system an model of pc

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My 900hd netbook won't boot


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My computer has a virus and it won't let me run the programs to find the virus. What do I do?


try moving the antivirus executable to a flash drive and rename it iexplore.exe.
another thing you can do is put the AV program shortcut in the startup directory so that it stars at boot before the virus can stop it.

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How do restore Windows XP microsoft word or remove virus on the notebook?


Don't know exactly what you mean about Word, but as far as the virus goes...
Try running Malwarebytes free version from www.malwarebytes.org. Once you download it onto the desktop (it will be MBAM.exe)
rename it from MBAM.exe to winlogon.exe (a
virus may be the prolem and no virus will look
twice at winlogon as it is a system process), then
install update and run full scan. Also before you scan do a system restore to a point when you had MSWord (if possible). After that turn system restore off (refer to help section if necessary). The reason for this is that many bad viruses have a reboot hacktool that resides in the restore volume. You think you've gotten rid of the virus and as soon as you reboot, the hacktool re-installs the virus. The only way to kill it is to turn of restore. Once you pc is clean turn system restore back on and create a new restore point. If you don't have Anti-virus and firewall (If you're using norton that came with computer and windows firewall they are useless), you can download AVAST Free here: http://www.avast.com/free-antivirus-download and Zone Alarm Firewall here:http://www.zonealarm.com/security/en-us/zonealarm-pc-security-free-firewall.htm
They are both free and pretty good too.

Follow instructions for getting rid of
malware.
http://www.malwarebytes.org/
If you have any problems you can mail me at doctorphibes53@yahoo.com and I can walk you through the process.
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I have an ASUS Eee PC 1000. It is totally infected with a virus that will not let go anywhere such as Task Manager to look for screensaver.exe as someone suggested. Or it won't let me go a web site through...


If it is a bad virus that won't let you do anything on the computer, follow the instructions on this link. If you can install programs on your computer, follow only steps 7 and 8 from the above link.

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HOW DO U REBOOT AN ASUS EEE PC 900 WITH WINDOWS XP AND NO CD ROM


Hi! Please try this, restart your pc. During the start up press F9, it will restore it. Hope this helps and have a good one!

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I have virus av.exe and cannot remove it


This trojan runs as a rootkit, so you won't see it when it's running. It is a single file in C:\Users\username\AppData\Local (Vista), or C:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\AppData (XP), It is marked as a system file, so you'll need to use the Folder Options in the control panel, to unhide hidden and system files and folders. As I said, with the rootkit loaded, you still won't see it there until you unload it. It runs by changing the registry so that any .exe run, will instead load the trojan. Attempts to run Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox will also instead run it. If you delete the file, or your antivirus finds it and deletes it, the changes to the registry will mean that from then on, whenever you try to run a program, you'll get a windows message asking you to select the file you want to use to open the .exe. (if this is the case, you'll need to use regedit in safe mode with command prompt, or rename regedit.exe to regedit.com).

To defeat the trojan, you must undo the registry changes, then reboot to reveal the file, then delete it. Here's how.

Run regedit. The trojan will load and give you all the fake warnings hassle. Do Ctrl-Alt_Del, and find the process 'av.exe'. End the process. Now in the registry editor, search for 'av.exe'. You should find a section HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.exe, where the (Default) REG_SZ has been set to 'secfile'. Edit this back to 'exefile'. Keep searching and you'll find HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\secfile. Delete the whole secfile section. Keep searching - you'll find the odd line where it may be a recently 'searched for' item, where you can just delete the line, and you'll find it in a command line to run Internet Explorer. The full path to the trojan will be specified before the path to Internet Explorer. Edit this line to remove the path to the trojan, leaving just the path to Internet Explorer. A similar edit may be required for Mozilla Firefox. Find any other occurences of av.exe and deal with them in the same way.

Now, reboot the PC, and the trojan will not start up. Display system and hidden files, then go to the location of the trojan. Now you can see the little swine. Delete it, and empty the recycle bin.

Problem solved.

Enjoy!

Feb 07, 2010 | ASUS Eee PC 900 Notebook

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It stopeed working


Hello,

Hopefully, you didn't download a virus. With that, have you tried resetting your BIOS? (When you boot your pc, press F2 to enter BIOS, reset your BIOS to default and save.) If this does not work, you will need to use the Asus DVD via external optical drive to restore your system.

Good Luck
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Iexplore.exe


iexplore.exe should not be disabled, required for essential applications to work properly.
http://www.liutilities.com/products/wintaskspro/processlibrary/iexplore/
see also if it's the real one or just a virus masquerading as that file.

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IExplorer.exe -virus taking all my cpu power


You will probably have to go to the store and pick up an anti virus program such as Norton or McAfee.

Unless you can download one.

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that actually could be a virus aswell try downlading avg free 8 and scan

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