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HP Pavillion Noteook DV900

Running slow..keep having unsolicited websites pop up. I have scanned for viruses and my anti-virus software did not discover any.

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Do another scan for trojans, spyware and malware using another scanner.
Things like Adaware can find things an anti-virus scanner is not even looking for.

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Slow pc. may have virus?


Do you have an anti virus installed in your computer? If you have one, then run an anti-virus scan in your computer.

The problem seems virus related.

If your anti virus can't fix the problem, then you need to clean reinstall the whole operating system to get rid of the virus.

I hope this helps!

Carlo

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Whenever I connect any removable drive automatically 4 shortcuts got created of control panel.


You have a virus on your PC. Unfortunately, once you have this virus, it usually does not help updating your anti virus and running a scan since the virus is running in the memory of the PC and every infected file the anti virus removes - the virus just puts back again. Try one of two things to remove the virus:

1] First update your anti virus (if you dont have an anti virus, download the free AVG Antivirus and install that and then update it. Click here to go to AVG's website. Once installed - Boot your pc into SAFE MODE. This is VERY important otherwise the virus will load into memory and it wont help running the anti virus to clean the system as the memory resident virus will just replace any infected file that is removed by the scan. To boot your PC into safe mode: Read this article: Click here.

Once you are in safe mode - Open the Anti-virus console and do a complete system scan.

2] Remove the infected hard drive from your PC and install it as a secondary drive in a clean, VIRUS PROTECTED PC!!! ... i.e .. any pc that has the latest anti-virus system installed and is up to date!. Once you have installed the infected drive in the protected PC as a secondary drive, run a scan on the infected drive and remove the virus.

Once you have removed the virus, also scan ANY USB devices on that PC, including any Cameras, cellphones, photo frames, etc that you might have plugged into the infected PC.

Good luck

Feb 07, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Why is my laptop so hot and running all the time? it's only 1.5 years old?? programs are slower too.....


hello,

It is normal for hp laptop to get hot when it is running. my own hp laptop will burn my lap if i put it on my lap while running.

If your laptop is slow, free up space in the hard disk because if the hard is fill up, it can make the laptop to be slow.

If it is still slow, then the laptop is contacted with a virus. scan the system with updated anti virus and delete the virus on your laptop or you format the laptop and re run windows.

Thanks for contacting Fixya.

Jul 15, 2010 | HP Pavillion G50-111NR Notebook

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Hi, my laptop hang in few minute after run than hang. this problem occur continuously occur.plz help me


Common cause is a continuous anti-virus program hogging the processing capabilities.

Disable the virus software and test it.

Sep 03, 2009 | HP Compaq Presario V6000T Notebook

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What Operating system a you using ? if its Win xp then try this.
remove your drive scan it on another pc with norton or any up todate antivirus . Then do a repair on the Operating system.CClean the Computer this should help a great deal. which softwares are you running on the PC.?

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Pops up lime wire, curser won't work, extremely slow


Try downloading Avast Free version. I have had great success removing things infected from LimeWire with this software. When you download and get it set up, it will ask if you want to set up a boot scan. Say yes. Let the system re-boot and run. if something pops up it will pop up a window with a siren on it. move everything to the chest. Do not delete anything as it may be a system file that you delete. Lime wire is a haven for viruses. I would suggest getting rid of it.

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