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Malware keeps popping up on my screen. To get into Internet Explorer I have to click on and then delete because Malware keeps coming up on the screen. I have to keep on clicking onto Internet Explorer and then delete Malware until the Malware finally doesn't appear. Malware is also popping up on other screens. How can I get rid of this Malware problem?

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Hi. I can help you.
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Hello install this program from here:

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Here is a free version that works great.
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Install also a better free anti virus program like this:

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In order to get rid of malware on your system, you need to have a good antivus. run a full scan, scans that do not cover all the location of your system can become useless. It is because the harmful software which get into you system can hide, so an extensive scan is much needed. delete the infected file. restart your system.

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You need a decent antivirus program to tackle this.

if its already infected your pc, you have following option:

save all docs to external hdd or cd/dvd, and run recovery on pc/laptop. (back to original factory settings)

or take out hdd, attach it to another pc / laptop which is not infected and run virus scan on the infected hdd. (you will require appropriate SATA / IDE /USB connector cables for this process).

Let me know how you get on!

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There is nothing wrong with your computer, it is just a scare tactic to get you to phone and get some of your money on a credit card.

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