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I recommend AntiVir. OR Norton AntiVirus. both scam for and remove viruses effectively and one is free th other must be paid for.

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What is a virus alert


Well, a virus alert is *not* anything to do with chains and rope... which is the section you posted your question to.

A virus alert can be many things. It could be coming from your anti-virus program, and warning you that it stopped a virus from infecting your system. There are also "fake" antivirus alerts, where a site tries to get you to buy their malware by telling you you're infected with a virus.

You have to be careful and know what you're doing. The best thing is to get a trusted anti-virus program and keep it updated. I like Kaspersky Avast, and Vipre. Kaspersky is often available free after rebate.

Jul 07, 2014 | Hardware & Accessories

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To Remove ?Your Computer Might Be At Risk? Message from your computer tray


Continuing our HOW TO series,we’ll look at how to remove ‘Your Computer Might Be At Risk’ alerts coming up in the tray icon on Windows XP based PCs.
If you disable/turn off the default ‘Windows Firewall’ or if you turn off Automatic Updates(Not Recommended) or if you don’t have any updated anti-virus program running on your Windows XP based computer,you would see some annoying message/alert coming at the tray icon of your PC.
It is actually intended to alert the user,however many PC users find it annoying.
So follow the below points to turn it off.
Navigate to Start>Settings>Control Panel>Security Center
Once you’ve launched the security center,look at the left hand side of the window.
Look for the ‘Change the way security center alerts me’ under ‘Resources’ tab.
Uncheck all the options to completely turn off the security center alerts.That’s all,You’re done.
Note:However,it is Always highly recommended to turn on your firewall/automatic updates and update your anti-virus program.
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on Dec 03, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Steps to remove Virus Alert that comes on system tray


There are several different types of viruses and malwares getting produced day by day. One such virus produces a label “Virus Alert” on the system tray besides the clock which keeps blinking. When we click on it then some site gets opened that displays virus and spyware remover software.

38166ce.jpg If these things has happened to you as well then your system has been hijacked!! But you need not worry as we can clean the system easily.
Steps to remove the virus:
1. First of all it is advisable to remove all the temporary files and history files. You can find these in the C:\Documents and Settings\User\Local Settings\Temp folder. Delete the history from the internet properties.
2. Now to restore the system completely, we need to download a HijackThis script that will give the listing of all the processes that are running in the system which are also the prime suspects.
3. When you run the script, it will give you all the infected files. Once the infected file is found, you just need to delete the file. You may need to restart the system.
Steps to restore the system tray:
1. Virus Alert comes when the following value has been replaced with “Virus Alert”
sTimeFormat=h:mm: VIRUS ALERT!
in the registry
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\International
2. To restore this go to start -> Run and type “intl.cpl” without quotes.
3. This will open a “Regional Settings properties” dialog box.
4. Now from the dropdown list under “standards and formats” tab re-select the region by selecting another region first and then selecting your Region again.
5. After hitting Apply, the problem would have gone.

on Nov 17, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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How do I remove the security alerts on my xp program with aol


Maybe they are fake security alerts in the form of pop-ups
You may have a virus.

XP is 14 years old, please please consider upgrading.

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A Sign appear every 3 minuts from Security Center Alert. Windows Firewall has blocked some features of the program. HELP.


I am convinced that you have a virus called "FAKE ALERT". Download and install "Malwarebytes" run the program and it should take care of the virus. After that, run Disk Check Scan from windows to repair the windows damages and correct filing system errors. GOOD LUCK!! Lucky4lynn2

Feb 28, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook

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Fake alerts and trojans


Firstly,

AVG has a habit of CONSTANTLY picking up these random and mostly annoying "Harmful" Viruses.

Reinstalling AVG helped me and it should help you too (Y) :).



Hope I helped

- donman92

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Very slow while opening the system and during the login in to Net


First remove your antivirous application ,please following steps- open controlpanel click add remove pogramme and click antyvirous ,then click remove option and click.
Then format your pc and instal your operating system.
lastly you will instal the antivirous .

Mar 01, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Virus response alert on screen how to remove virus alert on my cumputer desk


download SUPERAntiSpyware , Trojan Remover , SmitfraudFix , RogueScanFix from gur.in site in safe mode and run each programe in safe mode first and then again in normal mode please unplug the ethernet cable before you run these programes on your PC itwill clear all the virus on your computer

Nov 05, 2008 | Dell Dimension 3000 PC Desktop

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Virus


Hello there southside201 I am happy to help you out with your problems because its very easy. BUT i have to alert you. if you know that your mp3 has a virus that means your PC must have it as well. And if you insert your mp3 into the PC and it doesnt alert you about the virus, the virus might lead to the fatal end of your PC. but don`t worry all you should do is insert your mp3 into your PC and go to "www.bitdefender.com" and click on the scan now tab and get rid of all your viruses. If you do have a reliable antivrius insert your mp3 to the PC and scan it then the virus will be deleted. hope i helped bye!

Jul 02, 2008 | RCA TH1101 MP3 Player

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VIRUS ALERT


try to download avira anti virus and avast anti virus.. http://www.avast.com http://www.avira.com


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