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The virus protection on my PC is switched off. Can you pleased tell me how to turn it on?

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Hi firend

one way to resolve your problem u have remove your hard isk & attech with a good letest updated antivious pc scan your harddisk from the antiviros & put it back in your pc try to on it

if problem occers u need to reinstall window after install do not open d, e or any other drives then install antivours update it & do not open any drive from your pc scan all of your drive with a antivorus software then

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I have windows vista on my pc.My card readers not working anymore.My pc is a Nec V7160.Please help.


Same thing happened to me, only it was USB. If you don't have virus protection, that may be the problem. You should have it checked, because at that point, antivirus software can't fix it.

If you do have virus protection and spyware protection, I'm probably wrong.

Jul 12, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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How to Protect Your USB from Receiving Virus


If you want to protect your USB from receiving unwanted files i.e. virus, worm, spy, trojan etc than you are at the right place.
What I'm gonna tell you is that how to setup your registry to stop a computer from saving files to your USB (It'll block all of them)

If you have windows XP with SP2, then you can disable the writing option to USB drives. This trick is very useful if you have virus in your computer and want to copy files from a USB Drive but don’t want to transfer virus to the USB. Follow the given steps to disable the USB writing option:

To edit the computer registry, first you should log onto your computer with administrative rights.

First click on Start button and type “Regedit” in Run option.

Here locate the location to:
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HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControl

Here in right side panel, click right to create a key with the name “StorageDevicePolicies”.

Now in left side panel, select “StorageDevicePolicies” key, again right click to create new DWORD value then label it “WriteProtect”. Set its value to “1?. But again to enable writing, set its values to “0?.

Now close the registry editor
Note: If it won't work then restart your pc

Alternative way:
TO TURN ON THE PROTECTION
open notepad and copy and paste the following:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlStorageDevicePolicies]
"WriteProtect"=dword:00000001

Now save the file with the extension ".reg".
Double click on the file you just saved. In the pop-up window click YES and then OK.
That's it your USB is now protected

To TURN PROTECTION OFF:
open notepad and copy and paste the following:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlStorageDevicePolicies]
"WriteProtect"=dword:00000000
Now save the file with the extension ".reg".
Double click on the file you just saved. In the pop-up window click YES and then OK.
That's it your protection is now disabled.


on Jun 27, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Error while unpacking program, code LP5. Please report to author.


This can be caused by a computer virus that prevents a program from unpacking... you may need to have a better antivirus like kaspersky Internet Security 2009, norton antivirus 2009....

Remember not all antivirus can detect virus... some virus can destroy your pc... especially the hard disk...


this two antivirus is what i have tested to be good in protecting the computer from viruses...

hope it helped you... tnx...

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VIRUS PROBLEM


Download AVG its a free antivirus program have it loaded all the time this will protect you also make sure you are running you updates for microsoft or whatever operating system you have... Good luck

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Under your spy ware protection it says that my subscription has expired. It was renewed on June 23,2008 and is supposed to be good untill August of 2009.It was billed to my master card onMay 26,2008....


Hi Chuck,

You pay for spyware protection whereas it is available for free of charge to download and install for whole life time....
I would advise you to uninstall your existing spyware protection and then install Avira anti virus protection..AVIRA IS A FREE ANTI-VIRUS *** SPYWARE SOFTWARE AND IT IS FREE FOR WHOLE LIFE...
download it from the following link..

http://www.free-av.com/en/download/1/avira_antivir_personal__free_antivirus.html

Good luck ;-)

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Windows sys.config.missing


Hello, more than likely if you have not changed any configurations in your computer yourself recently, then you have a virus. Get protected immediately and if already protected, make sure your updates are up to date

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I have purchased the System Suite 8 professional Anti, spyware ,Anti Virus program and use it on my Dell 1501 Lap top. Have recntly developed a Virus on my system labeled as "Virus Response Lab,...


go to kasperskys website and do an online scan or just download kapersky
kaspersjys the best anti virus and firewall protection u cna get
so scan it with kaspersky
andmnean while turn the internet oifff on the laptop and keep internet usage ion the laptop to a minimum
or u can go to the location tht system suite tells u where the virus is at and go there and remove *** manually

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After i install norton antivirus protection, my computer runs very slow .can you please help?


Hi,

That is usually the case. Norton eats up a lot of resources. If it is slowing the computer too much, either uninstall it, turn off real time protection or get more RAM for your PC.

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I have a multi machine licence for norton 2008, but cannot get it to load on my main PC. It seems to be infected by a programme that emulates virus protection and spyware protection software warnings,...


your system is infected by malware, plz download aacleaner from lavasoft.com, and spybot from majorgeeks, both are free.then scan your pc with both of them

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I INSTALLED MODEL T-S461-HSB TO MY WINDOWS XP AND IT STILL DON'T WRITE OR SHOW THE SIGNATURE THATS BEING WRITTEN DOWN. CAN YOU PLEASE TELL ME WHAT I'M DOING WRONG.


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