Question about HP Mini Notebook
Should let antivirus program to clean viruses
Posted on Mar 15, 2017
There is no VIRUS sound
Virus can and do everything under the SUN wrong.
think , what vandals in your home could do?, well anything.
its the same here, (for sure)
why not re-joad windows fresh install !!!
no mini notbook stated of the vast made
no OS stated, XP? /vista/w7/w8/w10 ?what?
go to HP.com
the go to your unstated mini page
it asks for real model numbers or you cant do this.,
the service tag is the correct thing to read.
then you go to the page for doing a
or buy the install media.... what ever form that takes,
always ave the OS media kit ready
or you will go broke paying for service.
here is the starting page
fact to, no protector disk no earth can protect you from you clicking attachments, NONE ON EARTH
only YOU CAN STOP THAT,
do it only on JPG files and text (*.jpg , *.txt)
or do it never. most PC's hide the extensions,
in mail like this. (not my pc)
newsflash (is really newsflash.exe) boom infected.
in windows, turn on file extensions (views) to be safer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i may have a virus
Follow the given steps to remove virus from your PC:
1. Keep your antivirus program up to date.
2. Turn off System Restore.
3. Use an online scanner.
4. Use the Malicious Software Removal Tool.
5. Manually remove viruses.
The first step is to identify the virus. Run your antivirus software to identify the name of the virus. If you don't have an antivirus program, or if your program does not detect the virus, you can still identify the virus by looking for clues about how it behaves. Write down the text in any messages displayed by the virus or, if you received the virus in e?mail, write down the subject line or name of the file attached to the message. Search the antivirus vendor's website for references to those specific things you wrote down to try to find the name of the virus and instructions for how to remove it.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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