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Valera Virus Affecting My Pc

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#1 chocolover


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Posted 23 September 2007 - 12:42 PM

Kindly guide me on how to remove valera from my pc, for your information, I am using Macfee virus protection which shown that the virus waslocated at temporary internet files and could not be cleaned or removed. I noticed that since the time the virus affected my PC, the system has been working very slow and new 2 virus was also discovered but reportedly cleaned. The names of the new 2 viruses are: cmd.com and net.com
Will aprreciate any useful information in this regards

Edited by TMacK, 23 September 2007 - 01:09 PM.
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#2 jgweed


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Posted 23 September 2007 - 02:12 PM

Try running your AV in Safe Mode. This might allow Macfee to be able to quarantine or remove the virus.
Let us know if you still get the same kind of message from your AV.
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#3 rookie147


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Posted 23 September 2007 - 03:08 PM

Along with following John's advice to run your antivirus in Safe Mode, try running ATF Cleaner to remove the virus from your temporary files, choose the "Select All" option, then "Empty Selected". This program also works best in Safe Mode, so I recommend running it just before you scan with your antivirus software.
Note: This will delete all of your temp files, and any saved passwords you have will be lost.

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  • In the field, copy and paste this:
  • Click OK.
  • Then click Execute to run the script.
  • Wait for the 'complete script execution' box to popup and press OK.
  • Press Exit to terminate the BFU program.

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