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Infected computer My computer has been over run with viruses. I cant even get into the task manager I have been locked out. Is it possible to install an anti-virus w/cleaning utility after infection? any help would be gratly appreciated.

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Do one thing go to the www.gur.in
and than to the download section and download four softwares and use them in the same manner
1) malaware bytes
2) trojan remover
3) dial a fix
4) superantispyware
and delete the infections using the same softwares ..

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You might be able to use F8 on log on(before windows shows) and run a virus check from Safe mode..

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What is HiddenForm?


Not 100% certain, but is usually a sign of infection. You can right click on it in the task manager and select 'go to process' to see what is creating it. Google the process to find out what it is.

It also doesn't hurt to run a complete virus scan (of course you have an up to date virus scanner, right?) you should also run MalwareBytes (Great free program with no malware)

Dec 18, 2013 | HEWLETT-PACKARD Computers & Internet

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This is the best way I have found to cure a machine infected with Viruses or malware<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">If your computer has an internet connection and you can access http://www.malwarebytes.org</span><br /><br />--download the free edition of malware bytes antimalware install and update it to the latest definitions and run a quick scan this is the best software available for free to fix infected pcs once the scan has finished and the computer restarted your virus and malware woes are over<br /><br />i<span style="font-weight: bold;">f the virus or malware is blocking your internet and you are unable to access http://www.malwarebytes.org it becomes a little more complicated</span><br /><br />--you will need access to a machine that is not infected use this to download the latest version of malware bytes and place it on a usb stick<br /><br />--next download the manual update definitions from http://malwarebytes.gt500.org/ transfer these with the usb to the infected machine run the install and the updates then quick scan and your golden<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">if for some reason you cant access malwarebytes.org and you cant install software on the infected machine </span><br /><br />--this is the most difficult and not recommended if you don't know your way around a computer you will have to open up the computer<br /><br />-- once the computer is open remove the hard drive and install it as a secondary drive on a non infected machine<br /><br />--on the non infected machine install malwarebytes and update and run a quick scan it will scan the infected hdd as well and cure it take the now clean hdd out and install it in the original machine<br /><br />--boot up the original machine download malwarebytes on it and run another scan just to be sure<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">99% of viruses and malware can be removed from the above methods however sometimes and infection is so bad that the drive has to be wiped and the operating system reinstalled</span><br />

on May 13, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to remove a virus from my desktop thats locking up my system


Any virus that's locking up a PC is most has likely modified the Explorer policy. You must find a way to identify and rectify the problem. One paid software that checks the integrity of a PC's OS is Trojan Remover. Do an internet search for a trial version (30 days) and install into your computer and run it.

It should automatically detect any modifications in the normal Windows Explorer policies altered by Trojan Horse viruses or some other malware. When prompted, click on click appropriately for the software to correct this problems.

Also head online and get yourself a copy of Avira AntiVir Personal Free anitivirus, install it and remove any active virus that may be in the system.

Also launch the Windows Task Manager and disable any active virus processes that may be running. If Registry Editor and Task Manager are currently disabled, then Trojan Remover will correct these problems.

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May 25, 2012 | Dell Computers & Internet

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I help how to remove trojan/other virus from my window 7 laptop.please help me.


Here's a fee-based service to do it for you:

http://us.norton.com/nortonlive/

To detect the threat level, you may want to try the free (& advertised on TV) web site
www.MySafePC.com, but virus removal will cost $$ - they're happy to tell you you're infected for
free, though.

Here's Symantec's list of things to do:

If you suspect that your computer is infected with a threat or you receive a threat alert, and you want to make sure that your computer is secure.

You can perform a virus scan to eliminate any known threat from your computer. Scanning your computer for threats is easy if you follow the step-by-step instructions provided in this article. The scanning process may take an hour or more, depending on the number of files you have on your computer.

To detect and remove all the threats from your computer, follow these five steps:

• Install the latest virus definitions.

• Stop all running programs and temporarily disconnect the computer from any network.

• Run the virus scan.

• Install the latest Windows updates.

• Run a full system scan once again to ensure that there are no threats.

The first step is to check whether you can install the latest virus definitions, as some threats may block your access to all the security products' Web sites including Symantec's Web site. The subsequent steps vary depending on whether you can download the latest definitions from the Symantec Web site or not.

Mar 26, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Regedit, Gpedit,Cmd and task manager not work, safe mode either.


This is usually a virus? Anyway try below, and run a full virus scan, download & use, Conbofix, CWShredder, SDFix, Hijackthis, go to www.housecall.com,that will run avirus scan, and remove them remotely.. works great, To get back your programs, in any event below.. Here’s a free tool called Remove Restrictions Tool (RRT) which is able to re-enables all what the virus had previously disabled, and gives you back the control over your own computer.
remove-restriction-tool.pngRemove Restrictions Tool is able to re-enable:
- Registry Tools (regedit)
- Ctrl+Alt+Del
- Folder Options
- Show Hidden Files
Small and easy to use. Make sure you boot in to Safe Mode to use Remove Restrictions Tool (RRT). Just click on the buttons and it’ll do it’s job.
[ Download Remove Restrictions Tool (RRT) ]

Feb 26, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Can go on youtube?


This issue occurs if the Computer is infected by any virus. Scan the Computer by any good Anti-virus/Internet Security application (Kaspersky or ESET or Norton) to detect and remove the virus.

If you very familiar with the Computer then:

Open the Task Manager, close (End Task) any unknown/malicious process running in background under your User Account (like svchost running under your User account only not under SYSTEM or LOCAL SERVICE).

Then try opening YouTube.

I suggest that you better scan your full Computer with any good and updated AntiVirus application to resolve the issue.

If the AntiVirus application is unable to detect any virus in the Computer then try opening the YouTube in the SAFE MODE WITH NETWORKING to determine whether the Computer is infected with the virus.

If you are able to open the YouTube in the SAFE MODE WITH NETWORKING then the Computer is definitely infected with virus then reinstalling the Operating System is the only option to remove the virus from the Computer to resolve the issue.

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Programs freeze once they are opened. The only way I can get them to respond is to go into task manager.


your computer was infected by the virus first thig go to task manager click new task type msconfig and click startup try first to disable all program or uncheck all and restart

Nov 25, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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While online my computer frequentlu , for no reason, goes offline.


How about go to windows Task manager and go to processes. Look for Kragg.exe. Dellete it. It is a virus that go infected the boot sector. Go first to F8 or safe mode. Then control alt dellete so you can go to task manager. If you are not sure of this kragg.exe virus, you may scan your computer with your antivirus while in safe mode. Maybe your antivirus will quarantine the kragg.exe virus.

Jun 12, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Pc problem..pls help!


you definitely have a virus in your pc, it disables your task manager, registry editor, even the command prompt.

solution:

update and run a complete anti virus scan of your pc.
You may have to edit your registry after the scan, to restore any errors done by the virus. BE CAREFUL.
http://ask-leo.com/why_is_my_task_manager_disabled_and_how_do_i_fix_it.html

There are also a lot of tools that would fix your registry for you like combofix, flash disinfector and regfix http://windowsxp.mvps.org/reg/EnableTM.reg

Mar 05, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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