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It appear the starboard. And my computer always stop working.

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Reinstall the Operating System.

The computer is 'dead'.

Posted on Aug 30, 2008

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Its all because virus try to install a latest antivirus in this & scan ur computer it will solve ur problem

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on Dec 11, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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What is a Virus and how do I know if I have one ?


There are some obvious symptoms that your computer will develop when it gets infected with a virus. But the first thing I have to mention is that if you had a decent antivirus program installed on your computer you would not have a problem. The virus programs now days are fantastic in crushing any chances of a viruses infecting your computer.

What is a virus?
A virus is a small program that gets into your computer undetected in order to cause havoc. This small software program has either been developed because the author enjoys causing disasters for other people or sometimes for monetary gains. Sometimes a virus is packaged in a file that is called a trojan virus. It is disguised as something else, and once it has gained access to your computer it then releases its intent.

How does a virus get onto my computer?
The people that develop these viruses are constantly finding new ways to infiltrate your computer. When one door shuts, another one opens for them. However the most common ways to get a virus on your computer is through the internet. You might download a file that contains a virus, or maybe you might open an email that has one attached to it. Sometimes even visiting a bad website can infect your computer. The worst one of all, however, is when people download illegal cracked software. This software has usually been taken apart and repackaged with a few extras attached. Maybe you download music or videos from the internet. How do you know you are actually downloading the file you intended to. The file may be named to deceive you, and once you open it you will release the virus.

How do I know if I have a virus or not?
If your computer has been infected with a virus you will quickly see odd signs that it exists. Weird things start happening that you cannot explain. Files might move around, odd error messages may appear, programs might start to fail. For example if your virus scanner program stops working then it could have been disabled by a virus. With all this action taking place in the background your computer will also start to run slow and seem like it is busy all the time.
When browsing the internet you might find that you will not able to visits the pages that you choose. You will be redirected to different websites. You computer might also be sending emails to everyone in your contact list without you knowing.

What can a virus do to my computer hardware components?
People think that a virus simply attacks the file systems of your computer, however this is not true. Some viruses are designed to damaged computer hardware components until they are ruined completely.
Many people will argue that a virus only infects software, however all hardware is controlled by various types of software. Infact the entire computer is controlled by BIOS which is software. BIOS controls the temperature of the motherboard. What if a viruses only purpose was to change the temperature control on your motherboard. The motherboard would overheat and fry itself.
In the old days viruses used to be developed to set the read speed of a floppy disk drive to speeds beyond its capability. The Floppy disk drive would overheat and fry from being overworked. Now days Windows Vista has a service called Superfetch that searches your hard drive, finds out what you use the most, and makes it available for you.. If you made a virus to control Superfetch, we could have a serious problem. Most Vista users already have Superfetch disabled on their computer. A virus could enable it, tell it all files are important, keep it searching non stop, and fry your hard drive that way. Now I can here someone saying "yeah right, not with all the security we have around today". Well you should never underestimate these guys who develop viruses. They can work around anything.

What should I do if I get a virus?
If you suspect that your computer has a virus, scan your computer asap with an antivirus program. If you do not have one or yours is not working, download another one, or get a free scan using the free online virus scanners, such as :-
Symantec Security Check :-
http://security.norton.com/sscv6/WelcomePage.asp
or
Kaspersky lab :-
http://www.kaspersky.com/scanforvirus

There is no guarantee that these free scanners will cure your computer but they might just confirm the fact that you actually have a virus.
If you find viruses but cannot remove them you will need to take your computer to a professional before you lose everything. Another option is to format your computer which means you loose all the files on it and re-install a fresh copy of the operating system. You can backup your files first, but please be aware that they might be infected with a virus also.
If you have scanned your computer, found viruses, and successfully deleted them, then now is the time to buy a decent program that will stop this from happening again.
Do not continue to use the computer without taking action because the longer you leave it the further the virus can spread.
What file types commonly contain viruses when you download them?
Lets face it, downloading is a dangerous business, especially when you have important files stored on your computer. Any file you download can contain a virus. My rule for downloading is to ask myself "Do I know and trust this website I am about to download from?"

Here are a few examples of common files that could contain viruses :-
EXE FILE: If you download a program or anything that requires an install file then it will be an .exe file. When you press on it to install to your computer you could be releasing a virus.
ZIP FILE: People download zip files from the internet that contain any other file type and you will not see it's contents until you open it. A zip file might have an exe file in it.
SCR FILE: Free screensavers for your computer. They always have something bad in them. Sometimes adware or viruses.
DOC FILE: A Microsoft word document can contain macros and small scripts that are viruses.

If you haven't got antivirus software installed on your computer, then refer to : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/49500 for Microsoft recommended antivirus softwares.

REMEMBER : PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE

on Oct 04, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Well at 1st look it looks like you have a problem with your antivirus and spyware programs. 1. Install RevoUninstaller and uninstall all unneeded applications: http://www.revouninstaller.com/revo_uninstaller_free_download.html 2. Install a decent Anti virus, here is one free and good enough: http://www.avast.com/free-antivirus-download 3. Then instal and scan your computer for mallware: http://www.malwarebytes.org/
If all of this doesn't help you, you must reinstall your OS.
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Got virus av guru, how do i remove it?


Hi

I know the last soluation will not have heklped as the av guru stops you from opening anything even IE so here is what u do.

Turn off your Computer!

Re boot and as oon as you get the start box appearing click on it,
Click All Programs
Accesories
System Tools
System Restore

The system will shut down automatically and resotore will start.
Leave this to run select a dtae 24 hours before you got virus and all will be well.

Trust me I had it early this week .

Once done run anti virus software, Spyware, Reg cleaner and Defrag

This will sort it completely.

NOTE:- You do have to be very quick with starting resore OR virus wil stop you opening anything.

Get back to me if u need anything else.

Mar 04, 2010 | HP Computers & Internet

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A computer virus is something that often interfere with your daily activities. Computer viruses usually spread unbeknownst to us, from one computer to another. One of media dissemination of computer viruses is via e-mail. After you run the attachment in an e-mail so sometimes you still do not realize that you're running is a computer virus.

What are the signs or indicators of computer viruses in your computer? Please just look at some of the following signs.
  • Your computer runs slower than usual and lasted consistently.
  • Computer suddenly stopped or not responding and it is often the case.
  • Computer suddenly restarts or crashes and this happened a few minutes.
  • Computer suddenly restart and could not walk normally again.
  • Computer application is not running properly.
  • Hard drive or disk drive is inaccessible.
  • Print activity is not working properly.
  • It often happens that strange error messages and do not usually.
  • Often visible menu or dialog box that is damaged.

The above is a common symptom that a computer infected by computer virus, but it can also occur due to interference with the hardware or software as well. The main solution is to install antivirus software that is always up-to-date.

Tips how to remove a virus that can not be handled Anti-virus

There is a very powerful tips to remove the virus, if the various Anti Virus that we use entirely powerless against it (probably only detect, but can not delete it). To do this would require a Bootable CD that contains a minimum of the File Manager program, such as Ultimate Boot CD, BartPE, and the like. Some programs are DOS-based and others are windows based. Or we could use a Linux Live CD, like Knoppix, Ubuntu Live CD and others. In General, the following steps:
  1. Find the location of the virus, especially the origin of the virus is running on your computer (the host)
  2. Once obtained, note (note) information such as file size, date (although the virus can change the size and date, but most always the same size and date. Can find similar files and recorded their location.
  3. Once obtained, use one of the Bootable CD and restart the computer to boot from a CD (you might need his first set its BIOS to first boot the CD / DVD-ROM).
  4. Open the file manager program, which is available. If using windows NT, XP or above, make sure the program supports reading NTFS format
  5. Find the file / virus and delete or if still in doubt, just rename from *. exe to *. VRS example. To convince, use the search facility to find files with the same size or nearly the same date. If found , you can rename it.
  6. Back restart the computer and check again

on Apr 17, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Protecting Your Computer from Viruses




Well a computer user mostly afraid and suffers from virus attacks. Virus is the unwanted program that destroys your data and some times also damage the computer.
One of the most common ways of virus attacks is by connecting USB to your computer.
So today I will tell you some tips which can avoid or minimise the chances of virus attacks.
Always keep in mind the following points before connecting a pen drive to your computer.

1. Always use a good antivirus in your system.
2. Never open the pen drive directly.
3. before opening the pen drive, scan the pen drives for finding the possible viruses in the pen drive.
To scan the pen drive go to My Computer->Right Click on the Pen drive->Click on Scan option(Remember Scan option will only be there if there is any antivirus installed on your system)
4. if any virus found and the antivirus is not able to delete the virus, just safely remove the pen drive from your computer.
5. If no virus is found, do not double click on the pen drive to open.
Always open the pen drive by Right clicking on the pen drive and then clicking the explore i.e.:
My Computer->Right click on pen drive->Click on Explore
6. Always beware of copying the unwanted files on your computer. Just copy the file which you want. Never do a select all, copy all thing. Just copy the item you wanted, and paste into your computer.
While pasting the data you should never paste it on C drive (Drive that contains your operating system). Always copy data in a separate drive then C drive.

So these are some small steps which can be very useful to avoid virus attacks...


Regards,
polysandy

on Apr 12, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My PC is always shutting down,,


Main problem is heating or may be virus in ur system....
so check pressesor fan is working properly and it not heat much....and check virus status in ur pc...
also check smps fan..
thanks
bye

Mar 06, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Cant download anything on my computer


You must be running a lot of process at the background, else it must be a virus stopping it. Make sure ur pc is free from virus and always create a folder to place ur doenloads.

Thankyou

Feb 10, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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