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Here's a guide to getting rid of that worm virus!

http://www.ehow.com/how_5188534_rid-blaster-worm.html


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This tells you how to remove it
http://www.symantec.com/security_response/writeup.jsp?docid=2003-081119-5051-99

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I have a dell dimension 3000 and can't get on the internet or nothing because it has a w32/blaster.worm help


Your machine's old. Too old to run antivirus software unobtrusively. You can boot LiveCD (or LiveDVD (torrent)) or use an awesome firewall, but browsing the web safely by itself is generally beyond it.

Moreover you could plug up to 3 1080i displays into a cellphone (if you want 3 displays, a particular cellphone,) and get a bluetooth keyboard, and save the cost of the displays and keyboard in the first year. If you spring for $100 HDMI cables and nice PiP TVs instead of $4 cables and 18" monitors, it'll take 2-6 years. Get the picture?

(Yes, I know; where would you plug in your USB Nerf missile launcher? Deal with it.)

If you want to just run the utility Malwarebytes made to get rid of the worm (which Symantec and all the other companies licensed to make their brand,) just boot this once you dd or 'burn' it to a bootable USB key. There are other ways via booting to safe mode with networking, taking in a registry hive (doubleclicking it and waiting a bit,) and then running a utility renamed to IExplorer.exe...but you probably ought to back up your important data to flash, grab a free antivirus scanner to run on-call or every fifth day for now, and upgrade one way or another.

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repeatedly press f8 after youve pushed the power button. this will start your pc in safe mode. click the start menu and in the run box type ( msconfig ) only using the letters m,s,c,o,n,f,i,g. then select the startup tab located at the top center of the popup screen. you will then see a list of items with a check mark located next to each of them or just some of them. unchech each one and then hit apply. you will then be prompted to restart your system. let it startup normally. you will get a prompt telling you your system has been changed to a selective startup. just check the box and choose it not to prompt you again. this should allow you to boot up and use your anti virus program to remove the virus threat.

you will no longer see some of the icons in the lower right hand corner of your screen as a result of unchecking those items, but they will still function properly without any issues.

below , i have included a link that will provide you with a w32/blaster worm removal tool. download the program to your desktopp the doublle click the icon to run the tool. this wiull be extremely helpfull if your AV software is out of date or already corrupted by the worm itself. a blaster worm has the potential to completely disable your current AV program, so id for sure try it first as a definate removal result.

if you need any further assistance in helping you with this , please feel free to contact me via billfox1966@yahoo.com


http://download.cnet.com/W32-Blaster-Worm-Removal-Tool/3000-2092_4-10219756.html

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How can i remove w32 blaster worm


If there is w32 blaster worm on your computer, it seems there is not only this worm but also other problems. You can use some anti-virus software such as Kaspersky or Norton to remove the w32 blaster worm. If it doesn't work, reinstall operating system. If you are in emergency and not a computer expert, I suggest you do this by some software. Some software can check your computer health first and report your computer status including software, hardware, security and stability. Then you may follow simple steps to remove all viruses and fix other hidden errors.

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