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Launch an antivirus program that you should have installed on your computer, such as Symantec's Norton or McAfee. Wait for the program's window to appear, then go to "Disk View." Highlight your computer, then select "Scan/Repair" so that the antivirus can detect the Trojan and trash it
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
You can NEVER be sure that you have "undone" 100% of the damage done by a computer-virus.
However, start Internet Explorer, and try: http://cainternetsecurity.net/entscanner/
for a virus-scanner that runs "inside" the browser.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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