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Spyware on laptop

My laptop got infected with spyware and I can't get to the internet. I ran a virus check and it said that it deleted the threats but my desktop doesn't come up. It keeps flashing these messages to resore my desktop and that my computer is infected with spyware...when I click on the link to fix it,nothing happens.... ANy suggestion?? Thanks

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  • lola5589 Apr 29, 2008

    I appreciate the help... it won't let me do it even is safe mode... Thanks...

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Boot you computer into Safe Mode. Reboot and hit F2, F8 or F12 (Depends on the computer) but it will say on the screen. Boot to Same Mode and run the virus checker from there. That should find and delete the virus. To restore the desktop you need to right click on the desk top and choose properties, and restore it manually. The automatic settings never work for me either.

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