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A load of nasties

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#1 tyler4402


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Posted 13 October 2008 - 06:26 AM

Hi All
Can anybody advise me, my pal has got a load of nasties on his PC and now it will not connect to the internet, I have taken a few obvious ones off with HJT and run a scan with Malware Bytes which finds the infections ok, but when it comes to zapping the nasties it freezes, my pal says he has tried other virus progs and whatever it is that he has got again stops the program from zapping or moving them to a vault.
Can anybody suggest anything I can put on a disk or memory drive to try and clean out his nasties.
Regards Robert.

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Posted 13 October 2008 - 03:13 PM

If you can get the definitions and the updates on to a Memory stick you could try a scan with superantispyware if it will let it run


BUT be aware you are putting a memory stick into an infected comp so may wish to 'dump it ' once it has transfered the program ; you do not wish to infect another comp do you :thumbsup:

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