Question about Computers & Internet
One of the first things you can try is a program called Vundofix. (http://vundofix.atribune.org/). But in my experience it only removes about 60% of cases. Depending on your expertise, your comfort level with command line and how important your data on your computer is. You have a couple of options:
1. You could reformat your computer (This has the down side of removing all of your data and programs but is much faster and easier than the other fixes)
2. You could (with guidance ie.me) try to remove it yourself (This has the down side of being time consuming but will save all of your information and will have the satisfaction of a job well done)
3. Take it in to a professional (Virtuemonde is one of the top 3 infections I see everyday in my line of work)
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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