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Virus My daughter was doing some chemistry research and something came up on scree and said "virus", system shut down and will not start. Can this be repaired or do we need a new system. Do I have to purchase all the components or can we buy one piece. The monitor and keyboard are new. thanks for the assistance

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If you can try to get an anti virus check program to run from a floppy or cd boot disk to check your system.
if Not
tou will have to reinstall windows when installing windows you must format the drive you install it to first
read all instructions first will have do you want to format or words similar enter f and go from there

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Hmm, very nice question, a straight layman answer will be NO, virus can't directly hard the hardware. Let me elaborate a bit, Virus cannot burn up Processor. Hardware design means a virus cannot damage hardware.
There is a term 'Overheat signaling' that does not involve software. If processor overheats, then processor automatically throttles back or shuts down - a hardware function completely independent of software. Signaling is not accessible by 'machine code' in a virus. Overheat protection and other hardware functions are implemented in hardware. 'Machine code' instructions (from virus or other software) cannot damage hardware if machine is properly constructed.

But Yes, a virus can change the machine code of your BIOS, because nearly all the Firmwares are now upgradeable, so a Virus Maker can think of it, but again this will not cause damage to your Processor, although your Machine will not run on the next boot. Actually the work you used "HARM" may has a very vast meaning, the way I am telling you, I guess you understand.
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As you told that your computer is restart only.
I know something about that.In my computer this problem is only create
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I am terribly sorry but if you cannot see the pics im afraid they MAY already be gone.

 that is a VERY VERY evil virus.

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If you bring up task manager by hitting ctrl-alt-del then look at processes. Look at which is using the most cpu. It should be system idle or task manager. If you see something that is way up the for cpu then you can try stopping it by selecting it and then hit the end process button. If that is the culprit your system will instantly speed up. At the very worst you will cause your system to reboot so don't worry. If you do get the right one then do a search for the name to find out what it is. If it is a program uninstall or if it is a virus or malware then do a scan.

If it just started try to remember what you installed last. Then uninstall that. You may have to do this in safe mode (hit F8 on boot up until you see the menu and select safe mode) to get the computer to cooperate enough to let you do this.

Other causes can be anti-virus programs. If it just updated or you just installed this can be your problem. There are several out there that cause this exact problem and these are the well known good anti-virus programs. Again you need to uninstall the program. Download a new version if available or use a different one. We recommend one of the free ones like Avast home.

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