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I have received an email with attachments I placed it on the desktop and then double click my computer creen become black with no icon then become blue, the programs menue become empty, desktop commands are not working, system restore is also not working.

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The email you received had virus and that has affected your computer performance. Please have the virus removed by a professional as this virus seems to be hazardous. In future please do not open any mail unless you are sure of its origin.

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Most of us do one of two things when it comes to emails we've read: We delete them or we archive them. That is fine until your need to find those old emails.
Finding old emails depends on what kind of email service you are using.
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Click on the "Trash" link.
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Double click your "C:" drive icon. This will open a new window.
Double click the "Documents and Setting" folder.
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Double click the "Application Data" folder.
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Double click the "Outlook Express" folder.
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Submit a support request on the Windows Live page.
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A support form will open for you to complete and submit to the Hotmail team.
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