Here's a fee-based service to do it for you:http://us.norton.com/nortonlive/
To detect the threat level, you may want to try the free (& advertised on TV) web sitewww.MySafePC.com
, but virus removal will cost $$ - they're happy to tell you you're infected for
Here's Symantec's list of things to do:
If you suspect that your computer is infected with a threat or you receive a threat alert, and you want to make sure that your computer is secure.
You can perform a virus scan to eliminate any known threat from your computer. Scanning your computer for threats is easy if you follow the step-by-step instructions provided in this article. The scanning process may take an hour or more, depending on the number of files you have on your computer.
To detect and remove all the threats from your computer, follow these five steps:
• Install the latest virus definitions.
• Stop all running programs and temporarily disconnect the computer from any network.
• Run the virus scan.
• Install the latest Windows updates.
• Run a full system scan once again to ensure that there are no threats.
The first step is to check whether you can install the latest virus definitions, as some threats may block your access to all the security products' Web sites including Symantec's Web site. The subsequent steps vary depending on whether you can download the latest definitions from the Symantec Web site or not.