* Sometimes the best thing to do is save all of your important files elsewhere and then erase the whole hard drive and reinstall Windows.
* There are people here who can advise you on the best ways of saving files, which ones to keep, and how to reinstall Windows.
* People can also advise you on how to best avoid infection in the future, and which programs are good for this purpose.
* You could spend months or even years trying to fix an infected computer. That is why sometimes erasing and reinstalling is a better solution.
* It also takes a long time, but it can take less time or sometimes much less time. And it can be a more thorough and broad solution.
* Before you erase your hard drive, contact some people here for advice on what to backup and then what to install first after reinstalling Windows.
Thanks for reading this and good luck.
Edited by boopme, 02 October 2008 - 06:54 PM.
Moved to General chat from XP~boopme