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You could use "System Restore" to revert to the time when your computer is still in good condition or pressing F8 while still booting up and choose "Last known good configuration" at the selection prompt. Then use your default anti-virus after the repair. You could try to use a bootable CD to scan your computer. This is the best way to remove virus because the virus is still in inactive state when you boot to a CD. When you are booting to a CD you must change the booting sequence in your BIOS. You can download and burn Hiren's bootable CD and use the NTFS DOS to CHKDSK your hard drive or use the built-in mini-Windows XP and invoke CHKDSK at its DOS prompt. Hiren also has an anti-virus software on its collection. You could also download and burn a known good bootable anti-virus such as Kaspersky, Dr. Web, Avira, AVG, etc. and scan your computer.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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