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How can ransomware popup screen be removed and allow work in normal mode??
Just download microsoft security essentials. install, full system scan! if this still not working! i suggest just format it!
Posted on Jan 16, 2015
Ransomware is an interesting new virus. Says FBI is monitoring you and asks for 200 bucks. Anyways download Microsoft Securoty essentials. Malware bytes doesnt remove all of it yet.
Posted on Sep 20, 2012
SOURCE: PC won't Start windows normally
You can attempt to undo this through the use of System Restore.
I am going to assume you are on Windows XP, So start your computer in safe mode without networking.
Once you are in the desktop you are going to use System Restore. Choose a date in time on your computer before the incident happened.
For more information on the system restore utility go here:
Note : If you have Windows Vista ,read about this utility here:
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
SOURCE: free virus removal from Dell PC
you can try avast at:
both softwares are good and free.
the memory of the system will depend on the capacity of the RAM installed on the system. you can either upgrade the memory (RAM) or stop applications from running at start-up
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
SOURCE: System Restore Not working
Try doing System Restore in Safe Mode.
1. Reboot system
2. Press F8 repeatedly on the Dell screen
3. Select Safe Mode [enter]
4. Select the OS [enter]
5. Wait till all "multidisks" files complete
6. Login with your name
7. Hit "NO"
8. Choose a Restore Point.
To do PC Restore:
Hold on CTRL and keep on pressing F11 on the page next to the Dell Logo
- it's a black page with a blue bar at the top that says "www.dell.com"
- this page disappears in less than one second. once you miss it, the system will show the
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
I recently had a problem that sounds similar to this - A virus was causing a fake validation window to pop up when I booted my computer and blocked all other functions.
Start your computer in Safe Mode and go to Start>Run>type msconfig and hit ok. Go to the Startup tab, make sure you can see everything in the Command column, and uncheck anything that doesn't sound fimilar. Hit ok then restart and see if the validation window pops up again after a normal boot. If it goes away you can prpbably clean away the rest of the virus with a simple virus/adware scan.
Posted on May 07, 2009
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