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Hello,
If you know where the infected files are you can delete the files and which might speed it up enough to run an Antivirus program. If you can get online and download a program from Download.com just search for Antivirus and will come up with a list. Download and install one. Run the scan on Drive C: which it will ask for you to choose. If you have one already installed, then try and run it. It will take really really long(10mins.) to open up. If it doesn't do it by then the PC might freeze up and won't work which will require to turn it off and then on. If you can't do anything with it, chances are you will need to take it to have it repaired.

Let me know if I can be of more assistance to you.

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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