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If there are viruses in your system then don't worry you just have to install a good and updated anti virus in your system and restart it.

After installing it you just open the anti virus and look for the option "Scan"
Click on it and it will ask you what to scan you can select the appropriate option and click OK

This will scan the part which you have selected.

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Have a great day.

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