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#1 Roguefear


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Posted 27 December 2007 - 12:10 PM

Ok, I turned my computer on today, and literally about 4 messages poped up and said I have a serious virus that cannot be ignored, including Windows Security Center. So I wanted to shut down a few programs, so I tried opening the Task Manager, with CTRL+ALT+DEL, and I got a message saying that the computer adminastrator turned off access to the Task Manager, when I did not. I downloaded a more advanced task manager, and it said I have a certain file names algs.exe. So I google'd it, and found out it was some worm of some kind. Can anyone help with the Task Manager problem and give me information on how to delete the virus? Thanks!

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